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Dura Hurtado
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Hi, ¿could someone explain what way the next code works?


InterfaceName bean =(InterfaceName)context.lookup("JNDI-Name");


In bean, ¿is loaded an interface name or the code which is write in the EJB which correspond the interface name, or another way?

Thanks.
 
Piotr Nowicki
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The resource at "JNDI-NAME" is fetched from the JNDI and returned as an Object.
It is not an interface it is an Object.

The next step is to cast the resulted Object to the type you're expecting (in this case "InterfaceName").

Does this answer your question?
 
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The resource at "JNDI-NAME" is fetched from the JNDI and returned as an Object.
It is not an interface it is an Object.

The next step is to cast the resulted Object to the type you're expecting (in this case "InterfaceName").

Does this answer your question?


Yes , thanks for your answer.
 
Piotr Nowicki
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That's great :-)

Good luck!
 
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