INS name syntax
INS syntax is designed for JNDI clients that need to interoperate with CORBA applications.
The INS syntax allows a JNDI client to make the proper mapping to and from a CORBA name. INS syntax is very similar to the JNDI syntax with the additional special character, dot (.). Dots are used to delimit the id and kind fields in a name component. A dot is interpreted literally when it is escaped. Only one unescaped dot is allowed in a name component. A name component with a non-empty id field and empty kind field is represented with only the id field value and must not end with an unescaped dot. An empty name component (empty id and empty kind field) is represented with a single unescaped dot. An empty string is not a valid name component representation.