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S Vaishnavi
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Hi,

I do get this error:

java.rmi.RemoteException: ; nested exception is:
weblogic.rmi.UnmarshalException: Unmarshalling return - with nested exception:[java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.eturn.ejb.entity.memberpreferences.MemberPreferencesBeanHomeImpl_WLStub]

where the client is WML code. The server is having the bean (EntityBean ) which needs to be used by the client (ie. WML).

I had palced the class file in the classpath & it has return type & uses Serializable Interface as well.

The WML Client has to interact with the Server (classes are deployed in Weblogic 5.1 & the server Asgard & ME Server are in Weblogic 5.1)

Plz do help me to solve this issue.

Thnx in Advance
 
Rajendra Pachouri
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hi,
Please check u r program code and all method must be call by value.
actually never work on wml but u should chek u r program and if u r give method call by refrence so that time u program will no work properly.
 
S Vaishnavi
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Originally posted by Rajendra Pachouri:
hi,
Please check u r program code and all method must be call by value.
actually never work on wml but u should chek u r program and if u r give method call by refrence so that time u program will no work properly.


Hi,

All methods are call by value only. what is /are the disadvantage of working in WML.
 
Annie Smith
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The client code requires the home and remote interfaces in its classpath. A usual practice is to create a client JAR containing only those interfaes and add them to the client classpath.
 
S Vaishnavi
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Originally posted by Annie Smith:
The client code requires the home and remote interfaces in its classpath. A usual practice is to create a client JAR containing only those interfaes and add them to the client classpath.


Hi Annie,

Had created jar file & added to client classpath.

What is happenning is XPMEServer in turn checks with Asgard Server to find the bean called MemberPreferences, where this has the
getEJBMetaData() & getHomeInterfaceClass() which is not identified .

My issue is how this bean & its method has to be identified by the XpmeServer to deliver the result in the Simulator (mobile device) which is WAP compatible browser (Openwave)

Help is appreciated.
 
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