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JNDI Name binding in JBOSS 5.1.0 Beta.

 
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Hi,

I am following the MasteringEJB4thEdition book, which I downloaded from The Server Site website.

There is a simple example of HelloBean, which works perfectly with GlassFish V3 app server. The same example when deployed on JBOSS fails because of JNDI name lookup.

Is there any rule how the JNDI lookup names in JBOSS are decided if we don't provide any ? I found while googling that it is "<ear-file-name>/<Bean-class-name>/remote" but it doesn't work for me.

Here is the bean




Here is the client I am using:


Here is the error I get while executing the client



 
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Do you deploy it in a EAR? If not, it's just the BeanClassName/remote. In any case, the server console will show the exact JNDI name that's being used for the bean, when the bean is being deployed. Something like:



What do you see on your console?
 
Hardik Mehta
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Hi thanks for the quick reply.

I checked the deployment logs, and I found something like this...



Look the part after Global JNDI: is empty.

 
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Do you have any ejb-jar.xml or jboss.xml in the jar? If yes, please post its contents. Also see this thread for a similar issue
 
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Thanks Jaikiran,

Exactly this was the problem, I was missing namespace information in the ejb-jar.xml.


Now I changed it according to your link..



Now it works as expected.


 
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