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admin objects are bound the JNDI name space

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I was reading as below.


All the admin objects namely TopicConnectionFactory and Topic for Pub/Sub
model and QueueConnectionFactory and Queue for point-to-point model are bound
to the JNDI namespace in the server. As an application developer, we need to use JNDI
API and look up (search) for these objects.



I was not sure what it meant by  admin objects are bound the JNDI name space.

Is MoM Sysem and Application server are both different or both represent the same


Any links, sample code, resources, ideas highly appreciated. Thanks in advace
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I was not sure what it meant by  admin objects are bound the JNDI name space.

It means that shared objects that you need to have access to, are defined in the server and are available via a JNDI name.

Is MoM Sysem and Application server are both different or both represent the same

They are not the same. A MoM runs with an application server, or it can be tightly integrated with an application server. I'd say that a MoM is an application server, whereas all application servers are not MoM.

Any links, sample code, resources, ideas highly appreciated. Thanks in advace

Oracle explains what a MoM is.
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