Trail: Java Naming and Directory Interface
Lesson: Naming and Directory Operations
Rename
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Rename

You can rename an object in a context by using Context.rename().

// Rename to Scott S
ctx.rename("cn=Scott Seligman", "cn=Scott S");
Renaming an object

This example renames the object that was bound to "cn=Scott Seligman" to "cn=Scott S". After verifying that the object got renamed, the program renames it to its original name ("cn=Scott Seligman"), as follows.

// Rename back to Scott Seligman
ctx.rename("cn=Scott S", "cn=Scott Seligman");

For more examples on renaming of LDAP entries check out the Advanced Topics for LDAP users lesson.


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