tnameserv: Transient Naming Service Daemon — Since JDK 1.2
tnameserv [ options ]
The tnameserv daemon is a transient implementation of the CORBA Naming Service provided with Java IDL. tnameserv allows remote CORBA objects to bind to names with the naming directory of the service. Remote clients can connect to tnameserv through standard CORBA APIs and ask for references to these objects by name or browse through the objects bound to names in the directory. This daemon runs a Naming Service implementation whose object bindings persist only for the lifetime of the daemon process. The orbd tool, described earlier, provides both persistent and transient naming services.
Passes the given option directly to the underlying Java
virtual machine. There is no space between the
-J and the option. For example, use
the following to run the JVM in verbose mode:
tnameserv -J-verbose ...
Listens to the specified port for client requests on the
Naming Service. The default port is 900. This option
corresponds to the Java property