1.9. Initial Context Binder


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Initial Context Binder is responsible for binding references at runtime, persisting in file and automatically rebinding. The Java temp directory is used to persist references in the bind-references.xml file by default. In case it is necessary to define a special file, it can be done by adding parameter to the InitialContextInitializer configuration.


Service provide methods for binding reference:

public void bind(String bindName, String className, String factory, String factoryLocation, Map<String, String> refAddr) throws NamingException, FileNotFoundException, XMLStreamExcept
  • bindName - Name of binding

  • className - The fully-qualified name of the class of the object to which this Reference refers.

  • factory - The name of the factory class for creating an instance of the object to which this Reference refers.

  • factoryLocation - The location of the factory class.

  • refAddr - Object's properties map.

public void bind(String bindName, Reference ref) throws NamingException, FileNotFoundException, XMLStreamExcept

Returns reference associated with the defined name:

public Reference getReference(String bindName)

Unbind the Reference with the defined name:

public void unbind(String bindName) throws NamingException, FileNotFoundException, XMLStreamException
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