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Ramesh Krishna
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Hi Guys,
I developed one J2EE Project on WSAD 5.1.1...
I have one more application ejb jar file is there. so i have to use that ejb jar in my current application . so i added that jar file in WEB-INF/lib/
folder in WEB Project .But its not recognising the JAR file . The JNDI name not found is coming .Is It right way to add that jar ..otherwise how and where to add that jar ...how to run that jar...

PLZ Help me

Thanks in Advance
 
H Sivad
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Originally posted by Ramesh D:
Hi Guys,
I developed one J2EE Project on WSAD 5.1.1...
I have one more application ejb jar file is there. so i have to use that ejb jar in my current application . so i added that jar file in WEB-INF/lib/
folder in WEB Project .But its not recognising the JAR file . The JNDI name not found is coming .Is It right way to add that jar ..otherwise how and where to add that jar ...how to run that jar...

PLZ Help me

Thanks in Advance


If you are getting a JNDI look up failure, you may need to define lookup somewhere in the deployment descriptor. If it were not finding the class you would get a ClassNotFoundException.
 
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