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Java » JNDI LDAP » Initial ContextScreenshots 
1.how to create an initial context to an LDAP server using DIGEST-MD5 authentication
2.how to create an initial context to an LDAP server using DIGEST-MD5 authentication with a specified realm
3.how to create an initial context to an LDAP server using External authentication and SSL
4.how to create an initial context to an LDAP server using an LDAPS URL
5.how to create an initial context to an LDAP server using anonymous authentication (i.e. none)
6.how to create an initial context to an LDAP server using simple authentication
7.how to create an initial context to an LDAP server using SSL
8.how to create an initial context to an LDAP server using a custom socket factory
9.Creating an Initial Context to the Naming Service
10.Modify the attributes of the entry
11.Looking Up an Object from the Naming Service
12.Adding, Replacing, Removing, and Renaming a Binding in the Naming Service
13.DNS lookups for XMPP services
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