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Hello World Program Not Running - Null Pointer Exception.

 
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Hi,
The following hello world program is not running and it is giving Null Pointer exception. I understand that EJB is not initialized but did not get, why it is not initialized.
I am using Netbean's and Glassfish server.Please help me.

interface


Bean Class


Client -test



Output


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before pringing my name.......
in test funnnnnnnnnnnnn
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NullPointerException
at Myprint.testfun(Myprint.java:36)
at Myprint.main(Myprint.java:29)

 
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See this previous discussion
 
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Hey, Thanks a lot. Actually I read about this ACC and to avoide that problem I created Servlet and but by mistakenly from servlet i am calling again this stand alone java program. Now after seeing your replying I recalled the mistake i did and now I could see output . Thank you very much.
 
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