Hi all, I'm going through an online ejb tutorial at www.ejbtut.com. 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
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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