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IntialContext lookup vs EJBContext lookup

 
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Hi All,
Could you tell me whether IntialContext lookup vs EJBContext lookup methods are same or different, I mean i can use any one of the method for lookup ?

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Lalit
 
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Hi Lalit,

i think that both lookup-methods are identical. See also the excerpt of MZ Notes:

A new method, "lookup", has been added to the javax.ejb.EJBContext interface. This method
can be used to lookup the resources or references bound in a bean's JNDI environment naming
context. The method's signature is:

The lookup method internally wraps a call to InitialContext.lookup() so that a developer doesn't
need to additionally learn the JNDI API.



You should be aware that InitialContext will always work, but for EJBContext, you 've to be inside the Container.
 
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