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java.lang.IllegalStateException while deploying EAR(Webclient + EJB) project to Jboss ..

 
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Hello folks,

I am new to J2EE scene and I have to develop a Web application involving Session and Entity beans . For this I have created a Dynamic Web client and one EJB project.
I have one session bean with the remote interface defined which is called from a servlet in my webclient.

I have created one EAR project to deploy my web and EJB modules to the JBOSS server (JBoss 5.0.1.GA) .
I am using eclipse IDE ...

I am not sure if the configuration files for my project are corrent .. i,e jndi.properties and Persistence.xml files ,,

jndi.properties file contains
and I have placed it in Webcontent folder of my web client ..

Persistence.xml file contains
This I have placed in EJBmodule/META_INF directory of my EJB project.

There is one application.xml file generated by JBoss when I created an EAR project with the web and ejb modules ..


I assume this should be enough to deploy it to JBoss .. But when I deployed it I got the following error ..


Could someone help me with the above error , correct me if I am missing something to configure the projects ..
Also it would be great if I get to look at step by step procedure to configure the EJB project to Jboss ..
Hope to get a quick response ..

Thanks in advance ..
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For EJB deployment in JBoss, read this - EJB in JBoss
 
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Hi Uttam,

Thanks for the link.. will go through it ..
But any thoughts on the error which I have posted ???

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The "/Test" has already been deployed, that's why you are getting the error. Try changing the context root to something else. See if it works.
 
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I changed the name to Test1 just to try , and it does work .. The Web client is deployed and I can see my homepage coming up ..
But I am trying to access a Session bean from my servelt which fails with the error "javax.naming.NameNotFoundException: UserSBRemote not bound"..
I guess my EJB module is not getting deployed properly .. Any clue how to test it ?
 
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Oh Sorry for my earlier reply , it doesn't seem to work when I try to deploy the EAR project..
The page never get launched .
<Context-root> has some significance here > I can't give some random name ??
 
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javax.naming.NameNotFoundException: UserSBRemote not bound


It appears your EJB is being deployed before the servlet looks for it.

BTW, if your previous problem has been resolved please ask this question in a new thread and mark this thread as resolved.
 
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