Monday, March 18, 2002 12:16 PM
When you're talkin' EJB's, yes. The EJB deployer sets up the names of, say, the RemoteHome interfaces as they wil be accessible through JNDI.
When your server comes up, these objects should already be available to you via JNDI -- you don't have to put them there yourself from within your application.
That isn't to say that you can put anything into JNDI -- just use the
rebind method to stuff something into the directory.
Note that if you
rebind something on which the EJB server relies (like the RemoteHome interface for a bean), you'll probably seriously screw up the EJB server.