Java Standard Edition (SE)
Appendix C: JNDI Change History
JNDI 1.2: JNDI Changes Since JNDI 1.1
- Added support for configuration using resource files. See
Chapter 6 of the JNDI API document.
NamingEnumeration.close() for cancelling or
allow creation and retry of referral context with different
- Clarified how context methods that accept
argument should deal with
CompositeName arguments. Specifically, instances of
CompositeName are treated as composite name, while al
l others are treated as compound name.
Context.getNameInNamespace() for retrieving
the full name of a context within its own namespace.
- Clarified definition of the class factory location of a
Reference object. Specifically, the location is a
codebase, which consists of a list space-separated URLs.
- Added support for ordered multivalued attributes to
- Redefined semantics of
DirContext.getSchemaClassDefinition() so that it
returns a context that contains the
of class definitions, rather than returning one (arbitrary) class
- Added protected
constructors to allow lazy initialization. Useful for subclass
for transforming an object's state before the object is bound in
the naming/directory service.
- Added interfaces
DirStateFactory to better support service providers
that implement the
DirContext interface. Added
DirectoryManager.getStateToStore() to use these
- Refined definition of
NamingManager.getObjectInstance() to not treat URL
strings specially. Instead, the URL should be wrapped inside a
RefAddr type is "URL".
- Defined a special form of
Reference called a next
naming system (nns) reference for supporting "dynamic federation".
This reference has a
RefAddr type of "nns" and a
content consisting of the resolved object.
- Added the string constant
names a property set by
The value of this property is an instance of
CannotProceedException. This is useful to service
providers that implement federation by chaining the CPEs.
- Defined a convention for service providers to use when naming
environment properties. See Section 6.1.
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