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Problem with J2EE RI

 
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Hi,
I started preparing for SCBCD, 3 days before, and I'm trying to get the j2ee server running on my machine. But when i issue the command "j2ee -verbose", as stated in Head First EJB book, I'm seeing the following exception and the server doesnt start up.



To the best of my knowledge, I've set the PATH and J2EE_HOME variables properly. Is there any other libraries or class files that I need to get?? Please help me with this.

Thanks in advance,
Karthik Bharadwaj
(SCJP, SCWCD)
 
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Hi Karthik Bharadwaj,

In the exam prospective the HF book is not applicable for new SCBCD 5.0 exam. Also for EJB 3, I recommend Glassfish 2.0 or Jboss 5.0.

Thanks

 
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Karthik,

try to use this configuration- if it resolves your error.

To avoid any error and for successful running of server, follow the following steps
CLASSPATH = .;J2EE_HOME/lib/j2ee.jar
JAVA_HOME = //directory of your java standard
J2EE_HOME = //directory of your j2ee

using j2sdk1.4.0
 
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