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JNDI & Objects

 
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Hello!
I�m a Java newbe and i hope you can help me. Here is my question:
I�m working with JNDI`s to "declare" Objects. Is it possible to
"declare" more than one JNDI for one Object. If yes how?
Thanks for all answers!
[ May 07, 2004: Message edited by: Benjamin Gast ]
 
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Benjamin,
Yes, you can bind the same object to more than one JNDI name. What tool are you using?
 
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