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ExceptionInInitializerError with JavaMail

 
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I am trying to add email notification to my application. I am using JavaMail. I created a runnable test class first. That worked fine. But when I use it in my J2EE environment, I get the an ExceptionInInitializerError. Try as I might, I can't find much info on this.

The only info I could find suggested it had something to do with the classpath not having activation.jar and mail.jar. Looking at the stack trace that looks like it could be right. So I went and got the latest from sun and both of them in the app server in the domain1's lib directory.

I am using the built in javax.mail.Session reference in the app server. The resource reference appears to be mapped correctly. Even though, I get the same exception if I get the session as POJO instead of looking it up.

Here is the config from ejb-jar.xml:


The email server (james) is set up in the app server and registered too..:


Here is the code:



Here is the exception:


Any ideas?
 
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