Tempest Interactive Media

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  • 30 South 15th Street
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
  • Local Phone: 800-274-8774
  • Hours: Monday -Saturday , 4pm- 10pm
  • Cuisine: Fast Food, British, Fine Dining
he directory can be viewed as consisting of name-to-object bindings. That is, each object in the directory has a corresponding name. You can retrieve an object in the directory by looking up its name. If you are using a naming service such as the file system (as you will be doing in some of this tutorial's examples), then the objects are files and they are bound to filenames.
Also stored in the directory are attributes. An object in the directory, in addition to having a name, also has an optional set of attributes. You can ask the directory for an object's attributes, as well as ask it to search for an object that has certain attributes.
This trail gives examples of accessing both kinds of information. The specifics of exactly what you can access from a naming or directory service depend on how the particular service has been laid out and what information has been added into it.