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Doubt in JNDI binding

 
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Hi,
I have created a stateless bean -ProcessPaymentBean with local and remote interfaces.
In Jboss console in JNDI view under global jndi namespace, I am seeing -

In my test client, I am doing -

but getting error -

Any idea about what is it that I am doing wrong? and how to correct it?
Thanks
 
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Based on that JNDI listing, you should be using EJB1EAR/ProcessPaymentBean/remote as the JNDI name
 
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Hey subir

I just wanted to know is your code working after making changes in lookup name of bean

as i am also facing the same problem .

Please let me know the solution.


Thanks
SCJP,SCWCD
 
subir rastogi
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Yes, its working.
 
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