Package javax.naming

Interface Summary

Context This interface represents a naming context, which consists of a set of name-to-object bindings.
Name The Name interface represents a generic name -- an ordered sequence of components.
NameParser This interface is used for parsing names from a hierarchical namespace.
NamingEnumeration<T> This interface is for enumerating lists returned by methods in the javax.naming and javax.naming.directory packages.
Referenceable This interface is implemented by an object that can provide a Reference to itself.

Class Summary

BinaryRefAddr This class represents the binary form of the address of a communications end-point.
Binding This class represents a name-to-object binding found in a context.
CompositeName This class represents a composite name -- a sequence of component names spanning multiple namespaces.
CompoundName This class represents a compound name -- a name from a hierarchical name space.
InitialContext This class is the starting context for performing naming operations.
LinkRef This class represents a Reference whose contents is a name, called the link name, that is bound to an atomic name in a context.
NameClassPair This class represents the object name and class name pair of a binding found in a context.
RefAddr This class represents the address of a communications end-point.
Reference This class represents a reference to an object that is found outside of the naming/directory system.
StringRefAddr This class represents the string form of the address of a communications end-point.

Exception Summary

AuthenticationException This exception is thrown when an authentication error occurs while accessing the naming or directory service.
AuthenticationNotSupportedException This exception is thrown when the particular flavor of authentication requested is not supported.
CannotProceedException This exception is thrown to indicate that the operation reached a point in the name where the operation cannot proceed any further.
CommunicationException This exception is thrown when the client is unable to communicate with the directory or naming service.
ConfigurationException This exception is thrown when there is a configuration problem.
ContextNotEmptyException This exception is thrown when attempting to destroy a context that is not empty.
InsufficientResourcesException This exception is thrown when resources are not available to complete the requested operation.
InterruptedNamingException This exception is thrown when the naming operation being invoked has been interrupted.
InvalidNameException This exception indicates that the name being specified does not conform to the naming syntax of a naming system.
LimitExceededException This exception is thrown when a method terminates abnormally due to a user or system specified limit.
LinkException This exception is used to describe problems encounter while resolving links.
LinkLoopException This exception is thrown when a loop was detected will attempting to resolve a link, or an implementation specific limit on link counts has been reached.
MalformedLinkException This exception is thrown when a malformed link was encountered while resolving or constructing a link.
NameAlreadyBoundException This exception is thrown by methods to indicate that a binding cannot be added because the name is already bound to another object.
NameNotFoundException This exception is thrown when a component of the name cannot be resolved because it is not bound.
NamingException This is the superclass of all exceptions thrown by operations in the Context and DirContext interfaces.
NamingSecurityException This is the superclass of security-related exceptions thrown by operations in the Context and DirContext interfaces.
NoInitialContextException This exception is thrown when no initial context implementation can be created.
NoPermissionException This exception is thrown when attempting to perform an operation for which the client has no permission.
NotContextException This exception is thrown when a naming operation proceeds to a point where a context is required to continue the operation, but the resolved object is not a context.
OperationNotSupportedException This exception is thrown when a context implementation does not support the operation being invoked.
PartialResultException This exception is thrown to indicate that the result being returned or returned so far is partial, and that the operation cannot be completed.
ReferralException This abstract class is used to represent a referral exception, which is generated in response to a referral such as that returned by LDAP v3 servers.
ServiceUnavailableException This exception is thrown when attempting to communicate with a directory or naming service and that service is not available.
SizeLimitExceededException This exception is thrown when a method produces a result that exceeds a size-related limit.
TimeLimitExceededException This exception is thrown when a method does not terminate within the specified time limit.