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Thomas Paul
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I am using the reference implementation of the EJB server that comes with J2EE. Whenever I start it or run a class accessing it, I get the message "ERROR! Shared library ioserEE could not be found." It doesn't stop anything from working but I think it may be slowing everything down while it searches for this library... or maybe not. Does anyone know what this is referring to? I did a search on the Sun site and came up empty. Thanks for any help! P.S. I did a re-install and that didn't help.
I should add that I am running the 1.3 beta version on Win98.
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raghava nizamabad
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hai..
may be your include folder is not in your path...
try to put this in your path i think it will work..
bye..bye
 
Thomas Paul
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What include folder?
 
Suneel Setlur
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Hi
IOSER12.dll was the shared file for j2ee in the 1.2 version.
This is available in the nativelib directory.
You can copy the same file to your directory and try running it.
I had this difficulty with a couple of programs and I had copied this file to the directory required.
Hope this helps
Suneel
 
Gavin Wilkinson
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You could just add "C:\j2sdkee1.2.1\nativelib" or simillar to your system classpath. This is what i did and it works fine.
 
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