Definitions for "JNDI"
Keywords:  ejb, ldap, datasource, api, java
Java Naming and Directory Inerface. A set of APIs that provide directory and naming functionality to Java applications.
Java Naming and Directory Service. JNDI is a hierarchical directory of resources available to all Java classes. Essentially, JNDI is a structured global configuration system, separating resource use in application code from resource configuration in configuration files. Resources like database DataSources, JMS queues, and EJB home stubs are configured with JNDI.
Java Naming and Directory Interface. An API for providing access to directory services, such as LDAP, from within Java programs.