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JNDI Initial Context

 
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When creating an initial context for a J2EE application, you can construct the initial context in two ways:

InitialContext context = new InitialContext(); // No arguments

InitialContext context = new InitialContext(Hashtable hash); // Hashtable argument

I don't understand how you can create a connection to JNDI without specifying the properties (e.g. server URL) such is the case with the no argument constructor?

Please help, anyone.
 
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I don't understand how you can create a connection to JNDI without specifying the properties (e.g. server URL) such is the case with the no argument constructor



It assumes some default values like localhost etc.
 
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So does it connect to the local JNDI server?
 
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