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JNDI Context for JVXML Client on Android

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I made a client for JVoiceXML interpreter for PC and would like to create an Android version of this client.
But first problem I ran into is that the client needs to find the interpreter by JNDI context:

But obviously the "javax.naming.*" cannot be used in Android application.
So I would like to ask what options do I now have, if any, to establish the context and create this Android port.

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