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Jarek Pyszkiewicz
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Hello,
While preparing for SCDBD exam, I decided to go through tutorial from Sun (version 1.3 as advised in HFEJB), mostly to practice deployment of examples and see how they act in real environment. You can imagine my suprise when first couple of examples didn't work. Looking closer it showed that all client JAR's were missing class files for both home and stub. After adding them to appropriate JARs everything worked perfectly.
Is there some configuration parameter that would ensure extraction of classes information from remote server ? This sounds like far shot but this is the only explanation sensible I have for such behaviour in learning setup ( ). Any other reason ? I'm sure somebody have been through this.

regards, Jarek.

ps. I decided to put it here instead in vendor forum because this server is mostly used by people who are learning this stuff.
[ April 14, 2005: Message edited by: Jarek Pyszkiewicz ]
 
Chengwei Lee
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Jarek, welcome to Javaranch!


You can imagine my suprise when first couple of examples didn't work. Looking closer it showed that all client JAR's were missing class files for both home and stub.


The implementation classes for EJBObject & EJBHome are generated by the EJB container. You can select your favorite container to the do the job. This is why we don't include vendor specific classes in our deliverables.

Hope this help.
 
Jarek Pyszkiewicz
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Thanks . Didn't realise that differences between containers could be so big.
 
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