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How to use WsnInitialContextFactory in WAS 5.0.x ?  RSS feed

 
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Hi All!
I wanted to know how to use com.ibm.websphere.naming.WsnInitialContextFactory in WebSphere Appl Server (WAS)5.0.x ?
I could use this in WAS 4.0.6 successfully. However, it is not working in WAS 5.0.x ?
I read that the difference is between how JNDI name space is implemented in WAS 4.0.x and WAS 5.0.x.


WAS 5.0.x uses the Interoperable Name Service (INS) protocol
The initial context factory now uses a default provider URL of corbaloc:iiop:localhost:2809.
In previous versions of WAS, the initial context factory used a different ORB implementation, which used legacy protocol. In the legacy ORB, the bootstrap host and port values defaulted to localhost and 900, respectively.


Can someone tell me how to get this working ?
Thanks
-Saurav
 
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