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Programming WebLogic JNDI

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Introduction to WebLogic JNDI

What is JNDI?

WebLogic Server JNDI

WebLogic JNDI

Using WebLogic JNDI to Connect a Java Client to a Single Server

Setting Up JNDI Environment Properties for the InitialContext

Creating a Context Using a Hashtable

Creating a Context Using a WebLogic Environment Object

Creating a Context from a Server-Side Object

Associating a WebLogic User with a Security Context

JNDI Contexts and Threads

How to Avoid Potential JNDI Context Problems

Using the Context to Look Up a Named Object

Using a Named Object to Get an Object Reference

Closing the Context

Using WebLogic JNDI in a Clustered Environment

Making RMI Objects Available from a WebLogic Server Cluster

Making Custom Objects Available to a WebLogic Server Cluster

Replicating a Custom Data Caching Object Across a Cluster

Exactly-Once-Per-Cluster Design Pattern

Using WebLogic JNDI from a Client in a Clustered Environment

Using JNDI from Within J2EE Components

Viewing the JNDI Tree from Within the WebLogic Server Administration Console


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