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Doubt in Java Naming and Directory Interface

Senthil Kumar
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Hi all,
can anyone explain what is JNDI?
I have some idea on it.Let me confirm that.
Correct me if iam wrong.
If we want to use a remote service(say:Chat Service) in our application,we want to get the remote object only by which we will be use the service in our application.
That object will be given a name and we need to just lookup through the name that is mapped to that object.
Is that correct?
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[ October 17, 2007: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]

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Senthil Kumar
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