In J2EE, What is the wire protocol that JNDI uses?

Posted on 2006-04-26
Last Modified: 2010-03-17
In J2EE, I understand that RMI/IIOP is used by EJB container. How about JNDI? What is the underlying protocol that takes care of object serialisation, object passing between the client and the server?
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    check out chapter 3 and 6 actually RMI/IIOP as well as JNDI are used by EJB containers as what i know.
    very good articles

    Also check out for RMI and EJBs too in the same website.

    Thank you.


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