How to print the JBoss JNDI tree?

Even though JBoss comes with JMX console which gives you the graphical view of JNDI tree sometime you might need to print the JNDI tree to look at the absolute path of your boud resources.

Here is an example program that can be used to print JBoss JNDI tree.

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