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javax.naming.Context.rebind ??

 
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Hi,

I am using the manning exam study kit. Is there something like javax.naming.Context.rebind ?? I have certainly not seen anymention of it in the book and not in the spec either. If there is something like this .. then what is it and where can I read more about it ??

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Nikita.
 
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Originally posted by Nikita Deshmukh:
Hi,

I am using the manning exam study kit. Is there something like javax.naming.Context.rebind ?? I have certainly not seen anymention of it in the book and not in the spec either. If there is something like this .. then what is it and where can I read more about it ??

Regards,
Nikita.



it is for 'changing' jndi settings. an ejb only 'uses' and doesnt revise jndi settings runtime
[ August 29, 2005: Message edited by: Jesus Angeles ]
 
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