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Hi all
I start studing JMS and there are things I don't understand.
What is InitialContext and what is it's purpose?
what does those vars means and when should I declare them and why? :
  Context.INITIAL_CONTEXT_FACTORY ?
  Context.PROVIDER_URL ?
  Context.URL_PKG_PREFIXES ?

Where can I find document which describe those vars and purpose of each one?

   Thanks Danny.
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Did the links above help you any?  It helps to let the experts know of your progress once they have added information for you.
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Hi Moondancer
The link above did not help me a lot, I am looking for papers other then the interface description. When I study a new subject on java technology I like to learn it from the basics and not just how to use it I want to know design considurations and why things go one way and not other.
   Thanks Danny
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That makes perfect sense, Danny.  Hopefully the participating experts here will return with additional help for you.

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