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using a jsp client in weblogic6.1

 
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Hi evryone,
I am trying to use jsp as client for an entity ejb in weblogic6.1,but its kicing me off saying package examples.ejb.basic.beanmanaged not found whereas it exists..
i hva checked the classpath and it points to\wlerver6.1\config\clientclasses where the bean interfaces exist..i
executed setexamplesenv.cmd prior to starting the server ie
after environmet has been set..i could do the same using
a java client but why not the same from jsp..do i hva to
do any other stuff like creating a war file etc..pls help me
at earliest....
thanks,
santosh
 
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You should get the answer you need in the Weblogic forum, I'm moving this there.
 
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