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1. JNDI without a J2EE Container (with JNP? Maybe some other provider?)

I need to run a JNDI provider without the overhead of a J2EE container. I've tried to follow the directions in this article, which describes (on page 3) ...

2. How can I specifiy the drive letter (windows) for the PROVIDER_URL of the JNDI InitialContext

I am using the com.sun.jndi.fscontext.RefFSContextFactory file based JNDI context factory. It seems to take the drive of the where the java application is started in.

Hashtable properties = new Hashtable(2);
properties.put(Context.INITIAL_CONTEXT_FACTORY, "com.sun.jndi.fscontext.RefFSContextFactory");
InitialContext ...

3. Tutorial about Writing a JNDI Service Provider

Is there any tutorial about Writing a JNDI Service Provider and accessing the objects and methods from another project to it step by step. There are some information on

4. Different JNDI provider url for one case

I use remote EJB call to run my program. Third party jar(who performs that call) needs different "java.naming.provider.url" than system one. Any way to specify different provider url only for some scope/class?

5. Encrypted configuration file JNDI provider

Is there a free and/or open-source library which provides a JNDI provider stored as something simple like a configuration file which includes encryption for passwords? It seems like JNDI is the J2EE ...

7. Several JNDI providers URL's

8. OpenMQ using Websphere 6.1 as jndi provider

I use OpenMq as jms provider and websphere as jndi provider. In OpenMq I create an Object Store with the following properties: java.naming.factory.initial = java.naming.provider.url = iiop://130.100...... (my IP adress):2809 (my port) When I try to connect to this object store i get this message: Error A3007 Unable to get list of objects for the object store Any solution?