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Hi All,

I am trying to do a Migration of projects that were built on WID 6.0.2 version to 6.2 version. I have learnt that WID 6.2 versions is similar to RAD 7.

Was able to migrate all projects except EJB components (2.1 version) (Session, Entity, MDB). Was able to compile successfully, but on Deploying EJB components, WID is giving error like, "Error in delegate, could not deploy module, Class Table is not a valid classifier".

I had tried taking an EJB export of the project from 6.0.2 version and import the same in 6.2 version, but it did not help.

Also tried the same steps with Project Interchange, same error.

I have learnt that this issue is happening even when we migrate WASD 5 version to RAD 7 versions.

Can Someone help on solving the issue

Thanks
 
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