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importing javax.ejb

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Hi all,
I'm going through an online ejb tutorial at After deploying a simple ejb, I'm trying to access it using a sample file starting with:
import javax.naming.*;
import javax.ejb.*;
import javax.rmi.*;
import java.util.*;
My compiler complains that "package javax.ejb does not exist".
Before I started the tutorial I installed both sdk 1.3.1 and J2EE 1.3.0. Do I have to do any CLASSPATH or PATH settings or do I have to setup any specific jar file links in my compiler??
(I'm using JCreator 1.51)
Thank you very much
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Yes, you need the J2EE classes, which are not part of the standard Java SDK or runtime. If you've acquired a Java EJB appserver such as JBoss or JOnAS (open-source) or iPlanet, WrbSphere or WebLogic (commercial), the ejb classes are part of the distribution and can be added to your compilation CLASSPATH.
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