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Difference between naming service and directory service

hemantha kumar k
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could any buddy what is the differences between the naming services and directory services
Jeanne Boyarsky
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JNDI is for both Java Naming and Directory Services. We don't typically separate the two in discussions. I'm guessing naming is the lookup part and directory is the storage part. But it wouldn't make sense to have just one.


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hemantha kumar k
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then we use InitialContext and InitialdirContex ?
 
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