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Hi,

I'm having a few problems getting a simple Ejb3Unit running. I have a very simple stateless ejb called MyClient. I'm then trying to run the following test:


I'm getting the following output:


My JUnit window has the following stack trace:



I'm running ejb3unit 2.0.0-SNAPSHOT. I had to frig about with the slf4j imports to get it working.

Could someone please give me a couple of pointers as to where I'm going wrong, or how I should be doing this.

Thanks :-)
 
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