what protocols does JNDI provide an interface to?

what protocols does JNDI provide an interface to?..

Answer / harish

JNDI itself is independent of any specific directory access
protocol,individual service providers determine the
protocols to support. There will be provider
implementations for popular protocols such as LDAP,NDS,DNS
and NIS(YP) supplied by different vendors.

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