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Subject svn commit: r550106 [3/16] - in /harmony/enhanced/classlib/branches/java6/modules: beans/src/main/java/java/beans/ jndi/META-INF/ jndi/src/main/java/javax/naming/ jndi/src/main/java/javax/naming/directory/ jndi/src/main/java/javax/naming/event/ jndi/sr...
Date Sat, 23 Jun 2007 20:53:48 GMT
Modified: harmony/enhanced/classlib/branches/java6/modules/jndi/src/main/java/javax/naming/Context.java
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/harmony/enhanced/classlib/branches/java6/modules/jndi/src/main/java/javax/naming/Context.java?view=diff&rev=550106&r1=550105&r2=550106
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--- harmony/enhanced/classlib/branches/java6/modules/jndi/src/main/java/javax/naming/Context.java (original)
+++ harmony/enhanced/classlib/branches/java6/modules/jndi/src/main/java/javax/naming/Context.java Sat Jun 23 13:53:42 2007
@@ -15,68 +15,74 @@
  * limitations under the License.
  */
 
- 
 package javax.naming;
 
 import java.util.Hashtable;
 
 /**
- * The <code>Context</code> interface describes a naming context comprising a 
- * collection of bindings (see <code>javax.naming.Binding</code>) and methods 
- * for manipulating them. This interface is extended by interfaces 
+ * The <code>Context</code> interface describes a naming context comprising a
+ * collection of bindings (see <code>javax.naming.Binding</code>) and methods
+ * for manipulating them. This interface is extended by interfaces
  * <code>javax.naming.directory.DirContext</code> and
- * <code>javax.naming.event.EventContext</code>. The class 
- * <code>javax.naming.InitialContext</code> implements the <code>Context</code> 
- * interface.
- * <p>
- * Any of the methods may throw a <code>NamingException</code> or one of its 
- * subclasses. The specifications for those exceptions explain the 
- * circumstances in which they may be thrown.</p>
+ * <code>javax.naming.event.EventContext</code>. The class
+ * <code>javax.naming.InitialContext</code> implements the
+ * <code>Context</code> interface.
+ * <p>
+ * Any of the methods may throw a <code>NamingException</code> or one of its
+ * subclasses. The specifications for those exceptions explain the circumstances
+ * in which they may be thrown.
+ * </p>
  * <p>
  * Name parameters to context methods are each relative to the context. Name
- * parameters cannot be null. The empty name, whether of type <code>Name</code> 
- * or <code>String</code>, is the name of the initial context. Names may be 
- * composed of multiple components; for example, in the filesystem name 
- * "usr/include/stdio.h", each of the components "usr", "include", "stdio.h" 
- * is an atomic component, but only "stdio.h" is the terminal atomic component. 
- * The example name may be used in context operations providing the intervening 
- * parent contexts for "usr" and "include" already exist. Finally, if the 
- * current context has name "usr/include", then the example name could be the 
- * result of <code>composeName("stdio.h","usr/include")</code>.</p>
- * <p>
- * Depending on whether a naming system supports federation, that is, names
- * that may include components from different naming systems, name parameters
- * to context methods may be considered differently as described below.</p>
+ * parameters cannot be null. The empty name, whether of type <code>Name</code>
+ * or <code>String</code>, is the name of the initial context. Names may be
+ * composed of multiple components; for example, in the filesystem name
+ * "usr/include/stdio.h", each of the components "usr", "include", "stdio.h" is
+ * an atomic component, but only "stdio.h" is the terminal atomic component. The
+ * example name may be used in context operations providing the intervening
+ * parent contexts for "usr" and "include" already exist. Finally, if the
+ * current context has name "usr/include", then the example name could be the
+ * result of <code>composeName("stdio.h","usr/include")</code>.
+ * </p>
+ * <p>
+ * Depending on whether a naming system supports federation, that is, names that
+ * may include components from different naming systems, name parameters to
+ * context methods may be considered differently as described below.
+ * </p>
  * <p>
  * In systems supporting federation, String name parameters are treated as
- * composite names. When <code>Name</code> parameters are not instances of 
- * <code>CompositeName</code>, they are deemed to be compound names 
- * (<code>CompoundName</code> instances or subclasses of them). Also, when 
- * using <code>list()</code> or <code>listBindings()</code> to obtain a
- * <code>NamingEnumeration</code>, all names in the enumeration are string 
- * representations of composite names.</p>
+ * composite names. When <code>Name</code> parameters are not instances of
+ * <code>CompositeName</code>, they are deemed to be compound names (<code>CompoundName</code>
+ * instances or subclasses of them). Also, when using <code>list()</code> or
+ * <code>listBindings()</code> to obtain a <code>NamingEnumeration</code>,
+ * all names in the enumeration are string representations of composite names.
+ * </p>
  * <p>
  * Where systems do not support federation, a service provider may treat name
- * parameters to context methods and names found using 
+ * parameters to context methods and names found using
  * <code>NamingEnumeration</code> may either as composite names or as compound
- * names. See service provider documentation for details.</p>
+ * names. See service provider documentation for details.
+ * </p>
  * <p>
- * Any <code>Name</code> parameter specified to a context method is owned by 
- * the caller and will remain unchanged, but applications should avoid 
- * modifying these <code>Name</code> objects while the operation has not 
- * completed. Any <code>Name</code> object returned by a context operation 
- * becomes owned by the caller.</p>
- * <p>
- * JNDI applications can provide preferences and configuration information,
- * such as security details for authentication to a service, using JNDI
- * environment properties. JNDI environment properties nearly all begin with
- * "java.naming." except for provider-specific properties (explained below).
- * All specified JNDI environment properties together comprise the context
- * environment and methods are available for examining and manipulating that
- * environment. The environment of a context may not necessarily contain all
- * possible JNDI properties; for example, one or more may remain unspecified.</p>
+ * Any <code>Name</code> parameter specified to a context method is owned by
+ * the caller and will remain unchanged, but applications should avoid modifying
+ * these <code>Name</code> objects while the operation has not completed. Any
+ * <code>Name</code> object returned by a context operation becomes owned by
+ * the caller.
+ * </p>
+ * <p>
+ * JNDI applications can provide preferences and configuration information, such
+ * as security details for authentication to a service, using JNDI environment
+ * properties. JNDI environment properties nearly all begin with "java.naming."
+ * except for provider-specific properties (explained below). All specified JNDI
+ * environment properties together comprise the context environment and methods
+ * are available for examining and manipulating that environment. The
+ * environment of a context may not necessarily contain all possible JNDI
+ * properties; for example, one or more may remain unspecified.
+ * </p>
  * <p>
  * The set of standard JNDI environment properties is:
+ * 
  * <pre>
  * Property name                       Value type    Notes
  * -------------                       ----------    -----
@@ -96,136 +102,160 @@
  * java.naming.security.credentials    F
  * java.naming.security.principal      F
  * java.naming.security.protocol       F
- * </pre></p>
+ * </pre>
+ * 
+ * </p>
  * <p>
  * For each property above marked with "C" for "concatenate", when encountered
- * while searching sources of environment properties, values are combined into
- * a single list separated by colons and becomes the resulting value of that
- * property.</p>
+ * while searching sources of environment properties, values are combined into a
+ * single list separated by colons and becomes the resulting value of that
+ * property.
+ * </p>
  * <p>
  * For each property above marked with "F" for "first occurrence", when
  * encountered while searching sources of environment properties, the first
  * value encountered is the resulting value of that property. In the latter
  * case, and with additional JNDI environment properties explained further
- * below, the type and syntax of acceptable property values should be
- * described in the corresponding documentation for the property. In
- * particular, a property may accept a value consisting of several pieces of
- * relevant information, but the search order and precedence for environment
- * properties ensures that the entire value of the first occurrence of a given
- * property is deemed the value to be used.</p>
- * <p>
- * Additional JNDI environment properties may be defined according to the
- * needs of the particular service and/or service providers and a few
- * guidelines should be followed when choosing appropriate names for them.
- * Such additional properties comprise service-specific, feature-specific,
- * or provider-specific properties.</p>
+ * below, the type and syntax of acceptable property values should be described
+ * in the corresponding documentation for the property. In particular, a
+ * property may accept a value consisting of several pieces of relevant
+ * information, but the search order and precedence for environment properties
+ * ensures that the entire value of the first occurrence of a given property is
+ * deemed the value to be used.
+ * </p>
+ * <p>
+ * Additional JNDI environment properties may be defined according to the needs
+ * of the particular service and/or service providers and a few guidelines
+ * should be followed when choosing appropriate names for them. Such additional
+ * properties comprise service-specific, feature-specific, or provider-specific
+ * properties.
+ * </p>
  * <p>
  * Service-specific JNDI properties may be used by all service providers that
- * offer implementations for a given service and would include the service
- * type in the property name prefix. For example, JNDI service providers for
- * Java RMI should name their service-specific JNDI properties using prefix
+ * offer implementations for a given service and would include the service type
+ * in the property name prefix. For example, JNDI service providers for Java RMI
+ * should name their service-specific JNDI properties using prefix
  * "java.naming.rmi.", or LDAP service providers should use prefix
- * "java.naming.ldap.".</p>
+ * "java.naming.ldap.".
+ * </p>
  * <p>
  * Feature-specific JNDI properties may be used by all service providers
  * offering implementations using a particular flavor of a feature and would
- * include the feature name and the particular flavor name in the property
- * name prefix. A common example is SASL used by several service providers for
+ * include the feature name and the particular flavor name in the property name
+ * prefix. A common example is SASL used by several service providers for
  * security; appropriate SASL feature-specific properties would use prefix
- * "java.naming.security.sasl.".</p>
+ * "java.naming.security.sasl.".
+ * </p>
  * <p>
- * Provider-specific JNDI properties are used by only a single provider though
- * a provider may offer more than one service provider implementation. The
+ * Provider-specific JNDI properties are used by only a single provider though a
+ * provider may offer more than one service provider implementation. The
  * provider should ensure uniqueness of their provider properties, for example,
- * an LDAP service provider from mycom might use a service provider package
- * name such as "com.mycom.jndi.ldap." as their provider-specific prefix.</p>
- * <p>
- * JNDI environment properties can be specified in a <code>Hashtable</code> 
- * and passed as the environment parameter when creating an initial context.</p>
- * <p>
- * Two other important sources of JNDI environment properties are resource
- * files provided by applications and applet parameters (each is considered as
- * an application resource file) and by service provider implementations
- * (provider resource files) in the format of Java properties files - see
- * <code>java.util.Properties</code> class for details.</p>
+ * an LDAP service provider from mycom might use a service provider package name
+ * such as "com.mycom.jndi.ldap." as their provider-specific prefix.
+ * </p>
+ * <p>
+ * JNDI environment properties can be specified in a <code>Hashtable</code>
+ * and passed as the environment parameter when creating an initial context.
+ * </p>
+ * <p>
+ * Two other important sources of JNDI environment properties are resource files
+ * provided by applications and applet parameters (each is considered as an
+ * application resource file) and by service provider implementations (provider
+ * resource files) in the format of Java properties files - see
+ * <code>java.util.Properties</code> class for details.
+ * </p>
  * <p>
  * At runtime, the application classpath and, where appropriate, the applet
  * codebase attribute is used to locate the classes to run; when creating the
  * first initial context, the JNDI also searches the same path for all files
  * (application resource files) called "jndi.properties"; it is the classpath
- * associated with the context <code>ClassLoader</code> (for example, the 
- * return value from <code>Thread.getContextClassLoader()</code> or from 
- * <code>ClassLoader.getSystemClassLoader()</code>) which is searched to get 
- * the resource files. Further, a path comprising the value of the "java.home" 
- * system property followed by "lib/jndi.properties" is checked for a readable 
- * file; if one exists, then that file is used as another application resource 
- * file. All application resource files found in the application classpath are 
- * examined, but JNDI properties set in a file found early will override the 
- * same properties also set in a file found later in the classpath.</p>
+ * associated with the context <code>ClassLoader</code> (for example, the
+ * return value from <code>Thread.getContextClassLoader()</code> or from
+ * <code>ClassLoader.getSystemClassLoader()</code>) which is searched to get
+ * the resource files. Further, a path comprising the value of the "java.home"
+ * system property followed by "lib/jndi.properties" is checked for a readable
+ * file; if one exists, then that file is used as another application resource
+ * file. All application resource files found in the application classpath are
+ * examined, but JNDI properties set in a file found early will override the
+ * same properties also set in a file found later in the classpath.
+ * </p>
  * <p>
  * Provider resource files are located according to the package prefix for the
  * service provider's initial context factory and context implementation class
  * in which dot separator characters are converted into slash path separator
  * characters to construct a filepath appended with "jndiprovider.properties".
- * Consider the example where you have a service provider which supplies
- * a context <code>org.apache.harmony.jndi.example.exampleCtx</code>.
- * In this case the package prefix is <code>org.apache.harmony.jndi.example</code>. 
- * Substituting slash chars for dots & appending "jndiprovider.properties" 
- * gives you <code>org/apache/harmony/jndi/example/jndiprovider.properties</code>.</p>
+ * Consider the example where you have a service provider which supplies a
+ * context <code>org.apache.harmony.jndi.example.exampleCtx</code>. In this
+ * case the package prefix is <code>org.apache.harmony.jndi.example</code>.
+ * Substituting slash chars for dots & appending "jndiprovider.properties" gives
+ * you <code>org/apache/harmony/jndi/example/jndiprovider.properties</code>.
+ * </p>
  * <p>
  * An important part of service provider implementation is to specify certain
- * standard JNDI properties that are using to locate any of the various
- * factory classes needed for the implementation; these are:
+ * standard JNDI properties that are using to locate any of the various factory
+ * classes needed for the implementation; these are:
+ * 
  * <pre>
  * java.naming.factory.control
  * java.naming.factory.object
  * java.naming.factory.state
  * java.naming.factory.url.pkgs - package prefixes used for URL contexts
- * </pre></p>
+ * </pre>
+ * 
+ * </p>
  * <p>
- * When searching for the above 4 properties only provider resource files
- * should be examined. Although other properties may be specified in them for
- * use by the service provider implementation, the JNDI ignores properties
- * from these files other than those related to factories.</p>
+ * When searching for the above 4 properties only provider resource files should
+ * be examined. Although other properties may be specified in them for use by
+ * the service provider implementation, the JNDI ignores properties from these
+ * files other than those related to factories.
+ * </p>
  * <p>
  * It should be noted that a provider resource file's properties differ from
- * those in application resource files in that their values are not 
- * incorporated into the environment. Instead, they are read when the 
- * following methods are invoked with <code>Context</code> and 
- * <code>Hashtable</code> parameters:
+ * those in application resource files in that their values are not incorporated
+ * into the environment. Instead, they are read when the following methods are
+ * invoked with <code>Context</code> and <code>Hashtable</code> parameters:
+ * 
  * <pre>
  * ControlFactory.getControlInstance    - uses java.naming.factory.control
  * DirectoryManager.getObjectInstance   - uses java.naming.factory.object
  * DirectoryManager.getStateToBind      - uses java.naming.factory.state
  * NamingManager.getObjectInstance      - uses java.naming.factory.object
  * NamingManager.getStateToBind         - uses java.naming.factory.state
- * </pre></p>
+ * </pre>
+ * 
+ * </p>
  * <p>
- * These methods use their <code>Hashtable</code> parameter to get the 
- * environment properties. Then they use the class loader of the 
- * <code>Context</code> parameter to look for the provider resource file. 
- * If the file is found, then the value of the required property is appended 
- * to the value of the required property in the environment. Note that it is 
- * appended for use by this method but the environment itself is unaffected.</p>
- * <p>
- * The <code>jndiprovider.properties</code> files may specify additional 
- * properties, but documentation for the service provider should clearly 
- * describe which properties are valid in this file and under what 
- * circumstances.</p>
+ * These methods use their <code>Hashtable</code> parameter to get the
+ * environment properties. Then they use the class loader of the
+ * <code>Context</code> parameter to look for the provider resource file. If
+ * the file is found, then the value of the required property is appended to the
+ * value of the required property in the environment. Note that it is appended
+ * for use by this method but the environment itself is unaffected.
+ * </p>
+ * <p>
+ * The <code>jndiprovider.properties</code> files may specify additional
+ * properties, but documentation for the service provider should clearly
+ * describe which properties are valid in this file and under what
+ * circumstances.
+ * </p>
  * <p>
- * To summarize the search order and precedence for JNDI environment
- * properties, the earliest having highest precedence:
+ * To summarize the search order and precedence for JNDI environment properties,
+ * the earliest having highest precedence:
+ * 
  * <pre>
  * 1. environment parameter used to initialize an initial context,
  * 2. applet parameters, (only used if that environment param does not exist)
  * 3. system properties, (only used if that environment and applet parameter 
  *    do not exist)
  * 4. application resource files.
- * </pre></p>
+ * </pre>
+ * 
+ * </p>
  * <p>
- * It should be noted that in the case of applet parameters and system 
- * properties only a subset of the properties are read. These are the 
- * following 7:
+ * It should be noted that in the case of applet parameters and system
+ * properties only a subset of the properties are read. These are the following
+ * 7:
+ * 
  * <pre>
  * java.naming.dns.url
  * java.naming.factory.control
@@ -234,85 +264,85 @@
  * java.naming.factory.state
  * java.naming.factory.url.pkgs
  * java.naming.provider.url
- * </pre></p>
- * <p>
- * For a JNDI property found in more than one of those sources, if it is one
- * of the JNDI factory list properties then values are joined into a
- * colon-separated list, otherwise the first instance of a property defines
- * the value to be used.</p>
+ * </pre>
+ * 
+ * </p>
  * <p>
- * The above search order and precedence applies when creating contexts for
- * any class implementing the <code>Context</code> interface.</p>
+ * For a JNDI property found in more than one of those sources, if it is one of
+ * the JNDI factory list properties then values are joined into a
+ * colon-separated list, otherwise the first instance of a property defines the
+ * value to be used.
+ * </p>
+ * <p>
+ * The above search order and precedence applies when creating contexts for any
+ * class implementing the <code>Context</code> interface.
+ * </p>
  * <p>
  * Although a subcontext inherits the environment of its parent context,
- * subsequent changes to either's environment has no direct effect on the
- * other. However, applications should avoid dependency on when JNDI properties
- * are used or verified as this depends on the service provider implementation.
- * As the environment of a context can be examined by any object that has a
- * reference to the context, care should be taken to assess the risk to
- * any security details stored in the environment.</p>
- * <p>
- * Multithreaded access to a single <code>Context</code> instance is only safe 
- * when client code uses appropriate synchronization and locking.</p>
- * <p>
- * When a <code>NamingEnumeration</code> is returned by a <code>Context</code> 
- * method, the operation should not be considered complete, for concurrency 
- * purposes, if the NamingEnumeration is still being used or if any referrals 
- * are still being followed resulting from that operation.</p>
- * 
+ * subsequent changes to either's environment has no direct effect on the other.
+ * However, applications should avoid dependency on when JNDI properties are
+ * used or verified as this depends on the service provider implementation. As
+ * the environment of a context can be examined by any object that has a
+ * reference to the context, care should be taken to assess the risk to any
+ * security details stored in the environment.
+ * </p>
+ * <p>
+ * Multithreaded access to a single <code>Context</code> instance is only safe
+ * when client code uses appropriate synchronization and locking.
+ * </p>
+ * <p>
+ * When a <code>NamingEnumeration</code> is returned by a <code>Context</code>
+ * method, the operation should not be considered complete, for concurrency
+ * purposes, if the NamingEnumeration is still being used or if any referrals
+ * are still being followed resulting from that operation.
+ * </p>
  */
 public interface Context {
 
-    /*
-     * -------------------------------------------------------------------
-     * Constants
-     * -------------------------------------------------------------------
-     */
-
     /**
-     * A constant containing environment property name "java.naming.applet". 
-     * The property may remain unspecified or may be specified within the 
-     * environment parameter used when creating an initial context. When 
-     * this environment property is specified, its value must be the currently 
-     * executing instance of <code>java.applet.Applet</code> to enable the 
-     * operation of initial context creation to search applet parameters first 
-     * for other environment properties which may have been specified, before 
-     * searching for properties in the constructor environment parameter, 
-     * system properties, and application resource files.
+     * A constant containing environment property name "java.naming.applet". The
+     * property may remain unspecified or may be specified within the
+     * environment parameter used when creating an initial context. When this
+     * environment property is specified, its value must be the currently
+     * executing instance of <code>java.applet.Applet</code> to enable the
+     * operation of initial context creation to search applet parameters first
+     * for other environment properties which may have been specified, before
+     * searching for properties in the constructor environment parameter, system
+     * properties, and application resource files.
      */
     public static final String APPLET = "java.naming.applet"; //$NON-NLS-1$
 
     /**
-     * A constant containing environment property name 
-     * "java.naming.authoritative". An application specifies this property to 
-     * indicate whether naming requests must be made to the most authoritative 
-     * naming service instance or not. The property may remain unspecified or 
-     * may be specified with a string value. If unspecified, the property 
-     * value is considered to be "false". A value of "true" means requests 
-     * should be made to the most authoritative naming service replicas or 
-     * caches that may be available. Any value other than "true" means 
-     * requests may be made to any instance of the naming service which need 
-     * not be, but may include, the most authoritative.
+     * A constant containing environment property name
+     * "java.naming.authoritative". An application specifies this property to
+     * indicate whether naming requests must be made to the most authoritative
+     * naming service instance or not. The property may remain unspecified or
+     * may be specified with a string value. If unspecified, the property value
+     * is considered to be "false". A value of "true" means requests should be
+     * made to the most authoritative naming service replicas or caches that may
+     * be available. Any value other than "true" means requests may be made to
+     * any instance of the naming service which need not be, but may include,
+     * the most authoritative.
      */
     public static final String AUTHORITATIVE = "java.naming.authoritative"; //$NON-NLS-1$
 
     /**
      * A constant containing environment property name "java.naming.batchsize".
-     * An application specifies this property to indicate a preference to 
-     * receive operation results in batches of the given size from the service 
-     * provider. The property may remain unspecified or may be specified with 
-     * an integer expressed as a string value. If unspecified, the batch size 
-     * of operation results is determined by the service provider. The service 
+     * An application specifies this property to indicate a preference to
+     * receive operation results in batches of the given size from the service
+     * provider. The property may remain unspecified or may be specified with an
+     * integer expressed as a string value. If unspecified, the batch size of
+     * operation results is determined by the service provider. The service
      * provider implementation may use or ignore the specified value.
      */
     public static final String BATCHSIZE = "java.naming.batchsize"; //$NON-NLS-1$
 
     /**
-     * A constant containing environment property name "java.naming.dns.url". 
-     * The property specifies a DNS-scheme URL including the DNS host 
-     * including domain names, if any; for example, "dns://9.28.36.7/apache.org". 
-     * If the application uses any JNDI URL with DNS names and a search for 
-     * this property fails, then the naming operation will throw a 
+     * A constant containing environment property name "java.naming.dns.url".
+     * The property specifies a DNS-scheme URL including the DNS host including
+     * domain names, if any; for example, "dns://9.28.36.7/apache.org". If the
+     * application uses any JNDI URL with DNS names and a search for this
+     * property fails, then the naming operation will throw a
      * <code>ConfigurationException</code>.
      */
     public static final String DNS_URL = "java.naming.dns.url"; //$NON-NLS-1$
@@ -321,332 +351,346 @@
      * A constant containing environment property name
      * "java.naming.factory.initial". The property specifies the name of the
      * factory class, fully-qualified, that will be used to create an initial
-     * context; for example, "mycom.jndi.testing.spi.DazzleContextFactory". 
-     * If the property is not specified, any operation requiring an initial 
-     * context will throw a <code>NoInitialContextException</code>.
-     */
-    public static final String INITIAL_CONTEXT_FACTORY =
-        "java.naming.factory.initial"; //$NON-NLS-1$
+     * context; for example, "mycom.jndi.testing.spi.DazzleContextFactory". If
+     * the property is not specified, any operation requiring an initial context
+     * will throw a <code>NoInitialContextException</code>.
+     */
+    public static final String INITIAL_CONTEXT_FACTORY = "java.naming.factory.initial"; //$NON-NLS-1$
 
     /**
-     * A constant containing environment property name "java.naming.language". 
-     * The property indicates the preferred language for operations with the 
-     * service provider. The property may remain unspecified or should be a 
-     * string comprising a list of language tags according to RFC 1766 
-     * separated by colons. When not specified, the language preference is 
-     * selected by the service provider.
+     * A constant containing environment property name "java.naming.language".
+     * The property indicates the preferred language for operations with the
+     * service provider. The property may remain unspecified or should be a
+     * string comprising a list of language tags according to RFC 1766 separated
+     * by colons. When not specified, the language preference is selected by the
+     * service provider.
      */
     public static final String LANGUAGE = "java.naming.language"; //$NON-NLS-1$
 
     /**
-     * A constant containing environment property name 
-     * "java.naming.factory.object". The property specifies a list of object 
-     * factories to be used when the application requests an instance of a 
-     * specified object. The value is a string comprising a list of fully 
+     * A constant containing environment property name
+     * "java.naming.factory.object". The property specifies a list of object
+     * factories to be used when the application requests an instance of a
+     * specified object. The value is a string comprising a list of fully
      * qualified object factory class names separated by colons.
      */
     public static final String OBJECT_FACTORIES = "java.naming.factory.object"; //$NON-NLS-1$
 
     /**
-     * A constant containing environment property name 
-     * "java.naming.provider.url". The property specifies configuration 
-     * options for use by the a service provider. The property may remain 
-     * unspecified or should be a URL string; for example, 
-     * "ldap://ahost.myfirm.com:389". If not specified, the service provider 
-     * selects its default configuration.
+     * A constant containing environment property name
+     * "java.naming.provider.url". The property specifies configuration options
+     * for use by the a service provider. The property may remain unspecified or
+     * should be a URL string; for example, "ldap://ahost.myfirm.com:389". If
+     * not specified, the service provider selects its default configuration.
      */
     public static final String PROVIDER_URL = "java.naming.provider.url"; //$NON-NLS-1$
 
     /**
      * A constant containing environment property name "java.naming.referral".
-     * The property specifies how the service provider should process any 
-     * referrals encountered during a naming operation. The property may 
-     * remain unspecified or specified as one of the following strings:
+     * The property specifies how the service provider should process any
+     * referrals encountered during a naming operation. The property may remain
+     * unspecified or specified as one of the following strings:
      * <ul>
      * <li>"follow" service provider should always follow referrals</li>
      * <li>"ignore" service provider should ignore referrals</li>
-     * <li>"throw"  service provider should throw ReferralException if it 
+     * <li>"throw" service provider should throw ReferralException if it
      * encounters a referral</li>
-     *</ul>
+     * </ul>
      * When not specified, the service provider selects a default value.
      */
     public static final String REFERRAL = "java.naming.referral"; //$NON-NLS-1$
 
     /**
      * A constant containing environment property name
-     * "java.naming.security.authentication". The property specifies the 
+     * "java.naming.security.authentication". The property specifies the
      * security level to be used in naming operations. The property may remain
-     * unspecified or be one of the strings "none", "simple", "strong". When 
-     * not specified, the service provider selects a default value.
+     * unspecified or be one of the strings "none", "simple", "strong". When not
+     * specified, the service provider selects a default value.
      */
-    public static final String SECURITY_AUTHENTICATION =
-        "java.naming.security.authentication"; //$NON-NLS-1$
+    public static final String SECURITY_AUTHENTICATION = "java.naming.security.authentication"; //$NON-NLS-1$
 
     /**
      * A constant containing environment property name
-     * "java.naming.security.credentials". The property specifies credentials 
-     * of the security principal so that the caller can be authenticated to 
-     * the naming service. The property may remain unspecified or be a value
-     * according to the authentication scheme controlling access to the 
-     * service. When not specified, the service provider determines how to 
-     * respond to service requests affected by the lack of security 
-     * credentials.
+     * "java.naming.security.credentials". The property specifies credentials of
+     * the security principal so that the caller can be authenticated to the
+     * naming service. The property may remain unspecified or be a value
+     * according to the authentication scheme controlling access to the service.
+     * When not specified, the service provider determines how to respond to
+     * service requests affected by the lack of security credentials.
      */
-    public static final String SECURITY_CREDENTIALS =
-        "java.naming.security.credentials"; //$NON-NLS-1$
+    public static final String SECURITY_CREDENTIALS = "java.naming.security.credentials"; //$NON-NLS-1$
 
     /**
      * A constant containing environment property name
      * "java.naming.security.principal". The property the name of the security
      * principal to be used when the caller needs to be authenticated to the
      * naming service. The property may remain unspecified or be a value
-     * according to the authentication scheme controlling access to the 
-     * service. When not specified, the service provider determines how to 
-     * respond to service requests affected by the lack of a security 
-     * principal.
+     * according to the authentication scheme controlling access to the service.
+     * When not specified, the service provider determines how to respond to
+     * service requests affected by the lack of a security principal.
      */
-    public static final String SECURITY_PRINCIPAL =
-        "java.naming.security.principal"; //$NON-NLS-1$
+    public static final String SECURITY_PRINCIPAL = "java.naming.security.principal"; //$NON-NLS-1$
 
     /**
      * A constant containing environment property name
      * "java.naming.security.protocol". The property the name of the security
      * protocol to be used with the naming service. The property may remain
-     * unspecified or be specified as a string according to the service 
-     * provider implementation. When not specified, the service provider 
-     * determines how to respond to service requests.
-     */
-    public static final String SECURITY_PROTOCOL =
-        "java.naming.security.protocol"; //$NON-NLS-1$
-
-    /**
-     * A constant containing environment property name 
-     * "java.naming.factory.state". The property specifies a list of state 
-     * factories to be used when the application requests the state of a 
-     * specified object. The value is a string comprising a list of fully 
-     * qualified state factory class names separated by colons. The property 
-     * may remain unspecified.
+     * unspecified or be specified as a string according to the service provider
+     * implementation. When not specified, the service provider determines how
+     * to respond to service requests.
      */
-    public static final String STATE_FACTORIES = "java.naming.factory.state"; //$NON-NLS-1$
+    public static final String SECURITY_PROTOCOL = "java.naming.security.protocol"; //$NON-NLS-1$
 
     /**
      * A constant containing environment property name
-     * "java.naming.factory.url.pkgs". The property specifies a list of 
-     * package prefixes that are used to load URL context factories. The value 
-     * is a string comprising a list of package prefixes for class names of 
-     * URL context factory classes separated by colons. The property may 
-     * remain unspecified. In any case, prefix "com.sun.jndi.url" is 
-     * automatically added to the list of specified package prefixes or used 
-     * as the only package prefix when the property is unspecified.
-     */
-    public static final String URL_PKG_PREFIXES =
-        "java.naming.factory.url.pkgs"; //$NON-NLS-1$
-
-    /*
-     * -------------------------------------------------------------------
-     * Methods
-     * -------------------------------------------------------------------
+     * "java.naming.factory.state". The property specifies a list of state
+     * factories to be used when the application requests the state of a
+     * specified object. The value is a string comprising a list of fully
+     * qualified state factory class names separated by colons. The property may
+     * remain unspecified.
      */
+    public static final String STATE_FACTORIES = "java.naming.factory.state"; //$NON-NLS-1$
 
     /**
-     * Adds or replaces the environment property specified by the non-null 
-     * string parameter into the environment of this context with the 
-     * specified object value. Returns the previous property value if 
-     * replaced, or null if the property did not exist in the environment.
-     * 
-     * @param s the name of the property to add
-     * @param o the value of the property to add
-     * @return  the previous property value if replaced, or null if the
-     *          property did not exist in the environment.
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * A constant containing environment property name
+     * "java.naming.factory.url.pkgs". The property specifies a list of package
+     * prefixes that are used to load URL context factories. The value is a
+     * string comprising a list of package prefixes for class names of URL
+     * context factory classes separated by colons. The property may remain
+     * unspecified. In any case, prefix "com.sun.jndi.url" is automatically
+     * added to the list of specified package prefixes or used as the only
+     * package prefix when the property is unspecified.
+     */
+    public static final String URL_PKG_PREFIXES = "java.naming.factory.url.pkgs"; //$NON-NLS-1$
+
+    /**
+     * Adds or replaces the environment property specified by the non-null
+     * string parameter into the environment of this context with the specified
+     * object value. Returns the previous property value if replaced, or null if
+     * the property did not exist in the environment.
+     * 
+     * @param s
+     *            the name of the property to add
+     * @param o
+     *            the value of the property to add
+     * @return the previous property value if replaced, or null if the property
+     *         did not exist in the environment.
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public Object addToEnvironment(String s, Object o) throws NamingException;
 
     /**
      * Binds the specified name to the specified object in this context. The
-     * specified name may not be null. The specified object may be null when 
-     * a name bound to a null object is meaningful in the semantics of the
-     * underlying naming system, otherwise a <code>NamingException</code> 
-     * is thrown.
-     * 
-     * @param n a <code>Name</code>, may not be null
-     * @param o an object to bind with the name, may be null
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * specified name may not be null. The specified object may be null when a
+     * name bound to a null object is meaningful in the semantics of the
+     * underlying naming system, otherwise a <code>NamingException</code> is
+     * thrown.
+     * 
+     * @param n
+     *            a <code>Name</code>, may not be null
+     * @param o
+     *            an object to bind with the name, may be null
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public void bind(Name n, Object o) throws NamingException;
 
     /**
      * Binds the specified name to the specified object in this context. The
-     * specified name may not be null. The specified object may be null when 
-     * a name bound to a null object is meaningful in the semantics of the
-     * underlying naming system, otherwise a <code>NamingException</code> 
-     * is thrown.
-     * 
-     * @param s a name in string, may not be null
-     * @param o an object to bind with the name, may be null
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * specified name may not be null. The specified object may be null when a
+     * name bound to a null object is meaningful in the semantics of the
+     * underlying naming system, otherwise a <code>NamingException</code> is
+     * thrown.
+     * 
+     * @param s
+     *            a name in string, may not be null
+     * @param o
+     *            an object to bind with the name, may be null
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public void bind(String s, Object o) throws NamingException;
 
     /**
      * Closes this context. The result of any further operations on a closed
-     * context is undefined. 
+     * context is undefined.
      * 
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public void close() throws NamingException;
 
     /**
-     * Combines two names into a composite name according to the syntax for 
-     * this context. The name <code>pfx</code> is expected to be the name of 
-     * one or more of the immediate parent contexts of this context. The name 
-     * <code>n</code> is a name relative to this context. Neither 
-     * <code>pfx</code> nor <code>n</code> may be null. The combined result 
+     * Combines two names into a composite name according to the syntax for this
+     * context. The name <code>pfx</code> is expected to be the name of one or
+     * more of the immediate parent contexts of this context. The name
+     * <code>n</code> is a name relative to this context. Neither
+     * <code>pfx</code> nor <code>n</code> may be null. The combined result
      * is a name which is relative to the specified parent context names.
      * 
-     * @param n     a <code>Name</code>, may not be null
-     * @param pfx   a <code>Name</code> serves as prefix, may not be null
-     * @return      the combined name
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * @param n
+     *            a <code>Name</code>, may not be null
+     * @param pfx
+     *            a <code>Name</code> serves as prefix, may not be null
+     * @return the combined name
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public Name composeName(Name n, Name pfx) throws NamingException;
 
     /**
-     * Combines two names into a composite name according to the syntax for 
-     * this context. The name <code>pfx</code> is expected to be the name of 
-     * one or more of the immediate parent contexts of this context. The name 
-     * <code>s</code> is a name relative to this context. Neither 
-     * <code>pfx</code> nor <code>s</code> may be null. The combined result 
+     * Combines two names into a composite name according to the syntax for this
+     * context. The name <code>pfx</code> is expected to be the name of one or
+     * more of the immediate parent contexts of this context. The name
+     * <code>s</code> is a name relative to this context. Neither
+     * <code>pfx</code> nor <code>s</code> may be null. The combined result
      * is a name which is relative to the specified parent context names.
      * 
-     * @param s     a name in string, may not be null
-     * @param pfx   a name in string, serves as prefix, may not be null
-     * @return      the combined name in string
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * @param s
+     *            a name in string, may not be null
+     * @param pfx
+     *            a name in string, serves as prefix, may not be null
+     * @return the combined name in string
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public String composeName(String s, String pfx) throws NamingException;
 
     /**
-     * Creates a new context with the specified name as a child of this 
-     * context and creates a binding for the name with the new context 
-     * object in this context. This is analogous to creating a new lower 
-     * level in a hierarchical naming system.
-     * 
-     * @param n the name of the new subcontext
-     * @return  the created subcontext
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * Creates a new context with the specified name as a child of this context
+     * and creates a binding for the name with the new context object in this
+     * context. This is analogous to creating a new lower level in a
+     * hierarchical naming system.
+     * 
+     * @param n
+     *            the name of the new subcontext
+     * @return the created subcontext
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public Context createSubcontext(Name n) throws NamingException;
 
     /**
-     * Creates a new context with the specified name as a child of this 
-     * context and creates a binding for the name with the new context 
-     * object in this context. This is analogous to creating a new lower 
-     * level in a hierarchical naming system.
-     * 
-     * @param s the name of the new subcontext, in string
-     * @return  the created subcontext
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * Creates a new context with the specified name as a child of this context
+     * and creates a binding for the name with the new context object in this
+     * context. This is analogous to creating a new lower level in a
+     * hierarchical naming system.
+     * 
+     * @param s
+     *            the name of the new subcontext, in string
+     * @return the created subcontext
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public Context createSubcontext(String s) throws NamingException;
 
     /**
-     * Removes a child context with the specified name from this context 
-     * together with any attributes associated with that name. If the 
-     * specified context does not exist, but intervening contexts do exist, 
-     * then the operation is is considered to succeed.
+     * Removes a child context with the specified name from this context
+     * together with any attributes associated with that name. If the specified
+     * context does not exist, but intervening contexts do exist, then the
+     * operation is is considered to succeed.
      * <p>
-     * Care must be taken with composite names crossing multiple naming 
-     * systems. A composite name containing a name component which is bound 
-     * to an object in a different naming system cannot be used to destroy 
-     * that name subcontext because the subcontext is not of the same type 
-     * as the context containing the binding. <code>Unbind()</code> can be 
-     * used to destroy the binding of the specified name in this context to 
-     * the object in the other naming system. To remove the context object 
-     * in the other naming system, first obtain a context belonging to the 
-     * other naming system, then use <code>destroySubcontext()</code> on that 
-     * context.</p>
-     * 
-     * @param n the name of the subcontext to destroy
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * Care must be taken with composite names crossing multiple naming systems.
+     * A composite name containing a name component which is bound to an object
+     * in a different naming system cannot be used to destroy that name
+     * subcontext because the subcontext is not of the same type as the context
+     * containing the binding. <code>Unbind()</code> can be used to destroy
+     * the binding of the specified name in this context to the object in the
+     * other naming system. To remove the context object in the other naming
+     * system, first obtain a context belonging to the other naming system, then
+     * use <code>destroySubcontext()</code> on that context.
+     * </p>
+     * 
+     * @param n
+     *            the name of the subcontext to destroy
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public void destroySubcontext(Name n) throws NamingException;
 
     /**
-     * Removes a child context with the specified name from this context 
-     * together with any attributes associated with that name. If the 
-     * specified context does not exist, but intervening contexts do exist, 
-     * then the operation is considered to succeed.
+     * Removes a child context with the specified name from this context
+     * together with any attributes associated with that name. If the specified
+     * context does not exist, but intervening contexts do exist, then the
+     * operation is considered to succeed.
      * <p>
-     * Care must be taken with composite names crossing multiple naming 
-     * systems. A composite name containing a name component which is bound 
-     * to an object in a different naming system cannot be used to destroy 
-     * that name subcontext because the subcontext is not of the same type 
-     * as the context containing the binding. <code>Unbind()</code> can be 
-     * used to destroy the binding of the specified name in this context to 
-     * the object in the other naming system. To remove the context object 
-     * in the other naming system, first obtain a context belonging to the 
-     * other naming system, then use <code>destroySubcontext()</code> on that 
-     * context.</p>
-     * 
-     * @param s the name of the subcontext to destroy
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * Care must be taken with composite names crossing multiple naming systems.
+     * A composite name containing a name component which is bound to an object
+     * in a different naming system cannot be used to destroy that name
+     * subcontext because the subcontext is not of the same type as the context
+     * containing the binding. <code>Unbind()</code> can be used to destroy
+     * the binding of the specified name in this context to the object in the
+     * other naming system. To remove the context object in the other naming
+     * system, first obtain a context belonging to the other naming system, then
+     * use <code>destroySubcontext()</code> on that context.
+     * </p>
+     * 
+     * @param s
+     *            the name of the subcontext to destroy
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public void destroySubcontext(String s) throws NamingException;
 
     /**
-     * Returns a non-null reference to the current environment properties for 
-     * this context. The only proper ways to modify the properties for this 
-     * context are using the <code>addToEnvironment()</code> and 
+     * Returns a non-null reference to the current environment properties for
+     * this context. The only proper ways to modify the properties for this
+     * context are using the <code>addToEnvironment()</code> and
      * <code>removeFromEnvironment()</code> methods.
      * 
-     * @return  a non-null reference to the current environment properties for 
-     *          this context, which should not be modified
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * @return a non-null reference to the current environment properties for
+     *         this context, which should not be modified
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public Hashtable<?, ?> getEnvironment() throws NamingException;
 
     /**
-     * Returns the complete name as a string for this context in the 
-     * namespace. For example, in a namespace accessed using a file system 
-     * service provider on a computer running the Windows operating system, 
-     * <code>getNameInNamespace()</code> will return a string comprising the 
-     * current working disk drive such as "F:\". The returned name is never 
-     * null and should not be used in any naming operations.
-     * 
-     * @return  the complete name as a string for this context in the 
-     *          namespace
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
-     * @throws OperationNotSupportedException in cases of naming systems 
-     *          where a full name has no meaning.
+     * Returns the complete name as a string for this context in the namespace.
+     * For example, in a namespace accessed using a file system service provider
+     * on a computer running the Windows operating system,
+     * <code>getNameInNamespace()</code> will return a string comprising the
+     * current working disk drive such as "F:\". The returned name is never null
+     * and should not be used in any naming operations.
+     * 
+     * @return the complete name as a string for this context in the namespace
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
+     * @throws OperationNotSupportedException
+     *             in cases of naming systems where a full name has no meaning.
      */
     public String getNameInNamespace() throws NamingException;
 
     /**
-     * Returns a parser object for the named context. When using a federation
-     * of naming systems in which each has its own rules for parsing names for
-     * its namespace, each naming system will have a different parser. The 
-     * parser for a given context can parse a name composed of several 
-     * components into atomic components according to the rules for the naming 
-     * system associated with the specified context.
-     * 
-     * @param n a <code>Name</code>
-     * @return  a parser object for the named context
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * Returns a parser object for the named context. When using a federation of
+     * naming systems in which each has its own rules for parsing names for its
+     * namespace, each naming system will have a different parser. The parser
+     * for a given context can parse a name composed of several components into
+     * atomic components according to the rules for the naming system associated
+     * with the specified context.
+     * 
+     * @param n
+     *            a <code>Name</code>
+     * @return a parser object for the named context
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public NameParser getNameParser(Name n) throws NamingException;
 
     /**
-     * Returns a parser object for the named context. When using a federation
-     * of naming systems in which each has its own rules for parsing names for
-     * its namespace, each naming system will have a different parser. The 
-     * parser for a given context can parse a name composed of several 
-     * components into atomic components according to the rules for the naming 
-     * system associated with the specified context.
-     * 
-     * @param s a name in string
-     * @return  a parser object for the named context
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * Returns a parser object for the named context. When using a federation of
+     * naming systems in which each has its own rules for parsing names for its
+     * namespace, each naming system will have a different parser. The parser
+     * for a given context can parse a name composed of several components into
+     * atomic components according to the rules for the naming system associated
+     * with the specified context.
+     * 
+     * @param s
+     *            a name in string
+     * @return a parser object for the named context
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public NameParser getNameParser(String s) throws NamingException;
 
@@ -657,13 +701,14 @@
      * enumeration is undefined. Each element of the enumeration is a
      * <code>NameClassPair</code> object.
      * 
-     * @param n a <code>Name</code>
-     * @return  an enumeration of the bindings of the context for the 
-     *          specified name excluding any bindings for any subcontexts
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * @param n
+     *            a <code>Name</code>
+     * @return an enumeration of the bindings of the context for the specified
+     *         name excluding any bindings for any subcontexts
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
-    public NamingEnumeration<NameClassPair> list(Name n)
-        throws NamingException;
+    public NamingEnumeration<NameClassPair> list(Name n) throws NamingException;
 
     /**
      * Returns an enumeration of the bindings of the context for the specified
@@ -672,51 +717,60 @@
      * enumeration is undefined. Each element of the enumeration is a
      * <code>NameClassPair</code> object.
      * 
-     * @param s a name in string
-     * @return  an enumeration of the bindings of the context for the 
-     *          specified name excluding any bindings for any subcontexts
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * @param s
+     *            a name in string
+     * @return an enumeration of the bindings of the context for the specified
+     *         name excluding any bindings for any subcontexts
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public NamingEnumeration<NameClassPair> list(String s)
-        throws NamingException;
+            throws NamingException;
 
     /**
      * Returns an enumeration of the bindings of the context for the specified
      * name excluding any bindings for any subcontexts. If any binding for the
      * context is changed before closing the enumeration, the state of the
      * enumeration is undefined. Each element of the enumeration is a
-     * <code>Binding</code> object. 
+     * <code>Binding</code> object.
      * 
-     * @param n a <code>Name</code>
-     * @return  an enumeration of the bindings of the context for the specified
-     *          name excluding any bindings for any subcontexts
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * @param n
+     *            a <code>Name</code>
+     * @return an enumeration of the bindings of the context for the specified
+     *         name excluding any bindings for any subcontexts
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public NamingEnumeration<Binding> listBindings(Name n)
-        throws NamingException;
+            throws NamingException;
 
     /**
      * Returns an enumeration of the bindings of the context for the specified
      * name excluding any bindings for any subcontexts. If any binding for the
      * context is changed before closing the enumeration, the state of the
      * enumeration is undefined. Each element of the enumeration is a
-     * <code>Binding</code> object. 
+     * <code>Binding</code> object.
      * 
-     * @param s a name in string
-     * @return  an enumeration of the bindings of the context for the specified
-     *          name excluding any bindings for any subcontexts
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * @param s
+     *            a name in string
+     * @return an enumeration of the bindings of the context for the specified
+     *         name excluding any bindings for any subcontexts
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
-    public NamingEnumeration<Binding> listBindings(String s) throws NamingException;
+    public NamingEnumeration<Binding> listBindings(String s)
+            throws NamingException;
 
     /**
      * Returns the object bound to the specified name in this context. If the
      * specified name is empty, a new instance of this context is returned,
-     * complete with its own environment properties. 
+     * complete with its own environment properties.
      * 
-     * @param n a <code>Name</code> to lookup
-     * @return  the object bound to the specified name in this context
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * @param n
+     *            a <code>Name</code> to lookup
+     * @return the object bound to the specified name in this context
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public Object lookup(Name n) throws NamingException;
 
@@ -725,124 +779,146 @@
      * specified name is empty, a new instance of this context is returned,
      * complete with its own environment properties.
      * 
-     * @param s a name to lookup
-     * @return  the object bound to the specified name in this context
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * @param s
+     *            a name to lookup
+     * @return the object bound to the specified name in this context
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public Object lookup(String s) throws NamingException;
 
     /**
-     * Returns the object bound to the specified name in this context by 
-     * following any links. If the specified name is not a link, then the 
-     * object is returned.
-     * 
-     * @param n a <code>Name</code> to lookup
-     * @return  the object bound to the specified name in this context by 
-     *          following any links
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * Returns the object bound to the specified name in this context by
+     * following any links. If the specified name is not a link, then the object
+     * is returned.
+     * 
+     * @param n
+     *            a <code>Name</code> to lookup
+     * @return the object bound to the specified name in this context by
+     *         following any links
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public Object lookupLink(Name n) throws NamingException;
 
     /**
-     * Returns the object bound to the specified name in this context by 
-     * following any links. If the specified name is not a link, then the 
-     * object is returned.
-     * 
-     * @param s a name in string to lookup
-     * @return  the object bound to the specified name in this context by 
-     *          following any links
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * Returns the object bound to the specified name in this context by
+     * following any links. If the specified name is not a link, then the object
+     * is returned.
+     * 
+     * @param s
+     *            a name in string to lookup
+     * @return the object bound to the specified name in this context by
+     *         following any links
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public Object lookupLink(String s) throws NamingException;
 
     /**
-     * Binds the specified name to the specified object, replacing any 
-     * existing binding for the specified name. The specified name may 
-     * not be empty. The specified object may be null.
-     * 
-     * @param n a <code>Name</code> to rebind, may not be null
-     * @param o an object to bind with the name, may be null
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * Binds the specified name to the specified object, replacing any existing
+     * binding for the specified name. The specified name may not be empty. The
+     * specified object may be null.
+     * 
+     * @param n
+     *            a <code>Name</code> to rebind, may not be null
+     * @param o
+     *            an object to bind with the name, may be null
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public void rebind(Name n, Object o) throws NamingException;
 
     /**
-     * Binds the specified name to the specified object, replacing any 
-     * existing binding for the specified name. The specified name may 
-     * not be empty. The specified object may be null.
-     * 
-     * @param s a name in string to rebind, may not be null
-     * @param o an object tobind with the name, may be null
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * Binds the specified name to the specified object, replacing any existing
+     * binding for the specified name. The specified name may not be empty. The
+     * specified object may be null.
+     * 
+     * @param s
+     *            a name in string to rebind, may not be null
+     * @param o
+     *            an object tobind with the name, may be null
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public void rebind(String s, Object o) throws NamingException;
 
     /**
-     * Removes the environment property specified by the non-null parameter 
-     * from the environment of this context. Returns the value that the 
-     * property had before removal, or null if the property did not exist 
-     * in the environment.
-     * 
-     * @param s a property name
-     * @return  the value that the property had before removal, or null if the 
-     *          property did not exist in the environment
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * Removes the environment property specified by the non-null parameter from
+     * the environment of this context. Returns the value that the property had
+     * before removal, or null if the property did not exist in the environment.
+     * 
+     * @param s
+     *            a property name
+     * @return the value that the property had before removal, or null if the
+     *         property did not exist in the environment
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public Object removeFromEnvironment(String s) throws NamingException;
 
     /**
-     * Binds a specified new name to the object, and any attributes, 
-     * previously bound to the specified old name. The old name is removed 
-     * from the bindings for this context.
-     * 
-     * @param nOld  the old name
-     * @param nNew  the new name
-     * @throws NameAlreadyBoundException if the new is already bound
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * Binds a specified new name to the object, and any attributes, previously
+     * bound to the specified old name. The old name is removed from the
+     * bindings for this context.
+     * 
+     * @param nOld
+     *            the old name
+     * @param nNew
+     *            the new name
+     * @throws NameAlreadyBoundException
+     *             if the new is already bound
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public void rename(Name nOld, Name nNew) throws NamingException;
 
     /**
-     * Binds a specified new name to the object, and any attributes, 
-     * previously bound to the specified old name. The old name is removed 
-     * from the bindings for this context. Neither the new nor the old name 
-     * may be empty.
-     * 
-     * @param sOld  the old name in string
-     * @param sNew  the new name in string
-     * @throws NameAlreadyBoundException if the new is already bound
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * Binds a specified new name to the object, and any attributes, previously
+     * bound to the specified old name. The old name is removed from the
+     * bindings for this context. Neither the new nor the old name may be empty.
+     * 
+     * @param sOld
+     *            the old name in string
+     * @param sNew
+     *            the new name in string
+     * @throws NameAlreadyBoundException
+     *             if the new is already bound
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public void rename(String sOld, String sNew) throws NamingException;
 
     /**
-     * Removes the terminal atomic name component of the specified name from 
-     * the bindings in this context, together with any attributes associated 
-     * with the terminal atomic name. Providing that other parts of the 
-     * specified name exist in this context's bindings, the operation succeeds 
-     * whether or not the terminal atomic name exists, otherwise a 
-     * <code>NameNotFoundException</code> is thrown.
-     * Any intermediate contexts remain unchanged.
-     * 
-     * @param n a <code>Name</code> to unbind
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * Removes the terminal atomic name component of the specified name from the
+     * bindings in this context, together with any attributes associated with
+     * the terminal atomic name. Providing that other parts of the specified
+     * name exist in this context's bindings, the operation succeeds whether or
+     * not the terminal atomic name exists, otherwise a
+     * <code>NameNotFoundException</code> is thrown. Any intermediate contexts
+     * remain unchanged.
+     * 
+     * @param n
+     *            a <code>Name</code> to unbind
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public void unbind(Name n) throws NamingException;
 
     /**
-     * Removes the terminal atomic name component of the specified name from 
-     * the bindings in this context, together with any attributes associated 
-     * with the terminal atomic name. Providing that other parts of the 
-     * specified name exist in this context's bindings, the operation succeeds 
-     * whether or not the terminal atomic name exists, otherwise a 
-     * <code>NameNotFoundException</code> is thrown.
-     * Any intermediate contexts remain unchanged.
-     * 
-     * @param s a name in string to unbind
-     * @throws NamingException if an error occurs.
+     * Removes the terminal atomic name component of the specified name from the
+     * bindings in this context, together with any attributes associated with
+     * the terminal atomic name. Providing that other parts of the specified
+     * name exist in this context's bindings, the operation succeeds whether or
+     * not the terminal atomic name exists, otherwise a
+     * <code>NameNotFoundException</code> is thrown. Any intermediate contexts
+     * remain unchanged.
+     * 
+     * @param s
+     *            a name in string to unbind
+     * @throws NamingException
+     *             if an error occurs.
      */
     public void unbind(String s) throws NamingException;
 
 }
-
-

Modified: harmony/enhanced/classlib/branches/java6/modules/jndi/src/main/java/javax/naming/ContextNotEmptyException.java
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/harmony/enhanced/classlib/branches/java6/modules/jndi/src/main/java/javax/naming/ContextNotEmptyException.java?view=diff&rev=550106&r1=550105&r2=550106
==============================================================================
--- harmony/enhanced/classlib/branches/java6/modules/jndi/src/main/java/javax/naming/ContextNotEmptyException.java (original)
+++ harmony/enhanced/classlib/branches/java6/modules/jndi/src/main/java/javax/naming/ContextNotEmptyException.java Sat Jun 23 13:53:42 2007
@@ -15,7 +15,6 @@
  * limitations under the License.
  */
 
-
 package javax.naming;
 
 /**
@@ -23,35 +22,34 @@
  * context which is not empty.
  * <p>
  * Multithreaded access to an instance is only safe when client code locks the
- * object first.</p>
- * 
+ * object first.
+ * </p>
  */
 public class ContextNotEmptyException extends NamingException {
 
     /*
-     * This constant is used during deserialization to check the J2SE version
-     * which created the serialized object.
+     * This constant is used during deserialization to check the version which
+     * created the serialized object.
      */
-	static final long serialVersionUID = 1090963683348219877L; // J2SE 1.4.2
+    static final long serialVersionUID = 1090963683348219877L;
 
     /**
-     * Constructs a <code>ContextNotEmptyException</code> instance 
-     * with all data initialized to null.
+     * Constructs a <code>ContextNotEmptyException</code> instance with all
+     * data initialized to null.
      */
     public ContextNotEmptyException() {
         super();
     }
 
     /**
-     * Constructs a <code>ContextNotEmptyException</code> instance
-     * with the specified message.
+     * Constructs a <code>ContextNotEmptyException</code> instance with the
+     * specified message.
      * 
-     * @param s The detail message for the exception. It may be null.
+     * @param s
+     *            The detail message for the exception. It may be null.
      */
     public ContextNotEmptyException(String s) {
         super(s);
     }
 
 }
-
-



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