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what happens to the value contained in the JNDI, if the server is down �
will it preserve the value or will it start afresh?
 
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I don't think the JNDI spec defines "persistent entries" as such -- the JNDI server may ofcourse provide proprietary methods for defining persistent values.
 
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Originally posted by Arvind Varma:
what happens to the value contained in the JNDI, if the server is down �
will it preserve the value or will it start afresh?


JNDI is as such a standard API interface for java applications to access a naming/directory servies. The naming and directory service acts as a database (techincally they are only services to store/access the data) to store the data. Note that naming and directory service doesn't support transaction,so if you store something, it assumed to be there even if the transaction transaction is rolled back.
 
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