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JNDI lookup problem

 
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Hi,

I have two profiles in my machine and in one profile I have deployed an EJB which can be looked up from a POJO in another profile. But the profile from which I am doing the lookup ends up doing the lookup in its own node. If I deploy this two application in two different machine I can perform the lookup. Some one has told me that creating a virtual machine name in WAS will help but I don't know how to use it.Can someone please help how can I resolve this issue ?

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Kshitij Gupta













 
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How are you connecting to the JNDI name service? IP address and port? How do you know you're connecting to the right port?
 
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Hi Cameron,

I am using iiop//:machine_name:<ORB port> to do the lookup. I am sure that port is right because if I run the deploy the same application with same setting on another machine I am able to do the look up. It just fail when the lookup is in same machine. Also the class that does the look up is in WAS_HOME/lib/ext folder which is shared by both the profiles. Can this be the problem ?


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Kshitij Gupta
 
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Hi,

Does anyone has any suggestion. I am stuck till now



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