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Consequnces of not using Google App Engine in Eclipse - GWT project

 
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Hello,

I am working on one enterprise application, in which I am using GWT, Struts2, Hibernate. Now I am integrating EJB session beans in business layer. I need to call session beans from GWT servlet. When I do JNDI lookup, I am getting AccessControlException. I spent quite a lot time in resolving this issue. From eclipse, I unchecked "Use google app engine" from Project Explorer->Properties->Google->App Engine. After doing this everything works fine. My question is what is consequence of disabling Google app engine? Right now, I had prepared on hello world application for testing Gwt-EJB integration. Can there be any other issues if I don't use Google App Engine?
 
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JNDI classes are not supported by the google app engine. when you check google app engine in eclipse, the app engine causes error because you are using JNDI.

http://groups.google.com/group/google-appengine-java/web/will-it-play-in-app-engine?pli=1
 
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Do you want your app to be deployed on the App Engine or are you planning to run it on your Appserver ?

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- Harjit
 
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