The EJTools JNDI Browser is a tool which allows to view and interact with the JNDI userspace. It provides automatic recognition of J2EE objects like EJBs, Queues, Topics and ConnectionFactories. With this view, you can act as a remote client and create EJBs, Browse Queues, Publish messages on Topics and so on.
The EJTools JNDI Browser comes in two flavors :
A Web-based application, that can be run in any J2EE 1.3 Web stack. It provides an easy way to see the JNDI space and to access the detail of every binding. If you are using JBoss server 3.x, then this browser allows you to see the JNDI space of the EJB and Web containers.
A Swing-based application, that runs on any JDK1.3+ JVM. It provides an access to the JNDI space via network connection, a tree view of the space and allow interaction with several J2EE objects.