I need such a tool now but i cannot help you resolve your problem :(
If you finish it please let me know :)
Thanks in advance!
You can view the JBoss JNDI tree from the JMX management console. Once JBoss is started, point your browser to http://localhost:8082 and select the JNDIBrowser JMX, then click the "list" button. Tada, threre is your JNDI View.
BTW, if your JBoss is not running on the local machine, substitute 'localhost' for the machine where JBoss is running on the above URL.
Thanks for that. However, i still need to be able to use a windows prompt jndi browser as i am working with batch files...so any other ideas on getting a starting point in the registry :-(