Interface InitialContextFactory

public interface InitialContextFactory

Defines a factory that creates the initial context for the beginning of the name resolution. JNDI allows to specify different implementations of the initial context at runtime.

The class, implementing this interface, must be public and have a public parameterless constructor

Method Summary

getInitialContext(Hashtable environment)
Create a new initial context

Method Details


public Context getInitialContext(Hashtable environment)
            throws NamingException
Create a new initial context
environment - the properties, used when creating the context. The implementing class will not modify the table nor keep the reference to it. After the method returns, the caller can safely reuse the table for other purposes.
the new initial context
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