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WSAD - JNDI name for local home interface

 
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I can see in the help on WSAD 5.0 where you enter the JNDI name for the Home Interface of in my case a Session bean i.e in the Websphere bindings section of the deployment descriptor, but where on earth do you specify the JNDI name for the local home interface???
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The local interface's JNDI name is based on the remote interface's JNDI name. It is "local:ejb/" followed by whatever your JDNI name was for the remote interface.
 
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Thanks Jeanne,
I found other references to the use of local:ejb once you mentioned it!
Now what I get is
NamingManager.getURLContext can not find the factory for this scheme: local

Which seems to be something to do with the getURLContext method prefixing the factory class with the "scheme" i.d which in this case is "local" or local:ejb maybe.
Anyone had this before and know how to get past it?
Also does anyone know of some IBM documentation on this, looking for it is an absolute Nightmare!!!
 
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Alright Graham.
I thought you were an architect these days, what are you doing getting your hands dirty with all this stuff? !!
Dave
 
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And I thought you were going to help me Hewy old boy! Well thats killed this thread off! I'm not too proud to get my hands dirty!
 
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Oh - by the way, it's 1.30 on Sunday, not 1.15 as originally planned.
Is that ok.
Don't be late !
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