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Shweta Gulati
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I have installed IBM Websphere Application Server 3.02 on Oracle 8i and using Visual Age for Java 3.5 I have created Container managed entity beans. I have deployed the same in a new application created in Webshpere Application Server. The beans have been deployed perfectly and there was no error while doing the same. the findByPrimaryKey which gives me no error but it throws an exception saying preFind()V method is not found when i try executing any other finder methods. preFind() is the method of the class EJSJDBCPersister class. The container Managed Enterprise Beans along with their finder methods run perfectly fine when tested in the Websphere Test Environment of Visual Age.
Thanks a lot.
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Ajith Kallambella
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I am moving this discussion to J2EE and EJB forum.
 
Rahul Mahindrakar
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Please move this to the IBM Application Servers Forum
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nobody
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I have never tried entity beans with Websphere, but I know several who have tried without success.
Visual Age 3.5 is designed to work with Websphere 3.5.
Originally posted by Ajith Kallambella:
I am moving this discussion to J2EE and EJB forum.

 
Shweta Gulati
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Thanks for the reply.I will try that out with websphere 3.5
Shweta
 
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nobody,
Welcome to Javaranch. We follow some rules pertaining to User names. The rules are specified at here
Your User name does not follow these conventions. It is recommended that you immediately register under a name conforming to the conventions.


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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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