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Adnan Memon
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My first question is..if we are exposeing java objects through jndi how can we access it from any other workstation(login mechanism etc)..and second how stable JSR168 is, how much industry support is available...should i go for JSR168 for portal design or should i think of some alternatives
 
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(1) The objects stored in JNDI should generally either be remote or serializable. However, I don't actually recommend storing things in JNDI...

(2) JSR 168 is gaining acceptance quickly, and has wide industry support, but it is limited in what you can do with it. For instance, only about half the features of WebSphere Portal Server are accessible through the JSR 168-compliant API provided with WPS.

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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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