Programming WebLogic JNDI

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Introduction and Roadmap

Document Scope and Audience

Guide to this Document

Related Documentation

Examples for the Web Application Developer

Avitek Medical Records Application (MedRec)

JNDI Examples in the WebLogic Server Distribution

New and Changed Features in This Release

Understanding 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

Last Used

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

Using the Relationship of RMI and JNDI to Enable WebLogic Clusters

Making Custom Objects Available to a WebLogic Server Cluster

Data Caching Design Pattern

Exactly-Once-Per-Cluster Design Pattern

Using WebLogic JNDI from a Client in a Clustered Environment

Using JNDI from Within Java EE Components

Setting Up Foreign JNDI

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