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Hello,

I've installed j2ee 1.5 sdk , glassfish v3 and set up classpath as C:\Sun\SDK\lib\j2ee.jar and j2ee_home as C:\Sun\SDK
But the error is still showing up for import javax.ejb.*; statement in Eclipse.
Is there anything I need to do in the Eclipse properties ?

Please advise.

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Hi!
First of all, I very much doubt that you need the J2EE 1.5 SDK and the classpath setup.
Install GlassFish 3 and create a server for it in Eclipse.
When you create a web project or an EJB project, you select the server to be GlassFish v3.
If you need the GlassFish libraries in some other kind of project, then you can select Server Runtime when adding a JAR.
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Hi Ivan,

Thanks for the reply.

I installed GF3 and created a server for it in Eclipse but didn't change my j2ee setting and classpath.
I tried to run a sample program, it got compiled but shows '" Publishing to Glassfish v3 Java EE 6 at localhost (java.lang.NullPointerException)"

It is a code error, so it looks like my setup is right.

Thanks a lot for your advice.
 
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Hi!
Post the code and the stacktrace if you want help with the code!
Please also include information about what kind of project you use and any non-default configuration.
Best wishes!
 
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Hi Ivan,

I just noticed that while creating a Dynamic web project in Eclipse (platform 3.5), the option 'Dynamic web module version I can set up is 2.5 and I need 3.0

Does this affect the project in any way ?

Thanks.


 
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Hi!
The dynamic web module version depends on the target runtime you configure for Eclipse projects.
I can configure version 3.0 with GlassFish v3.0.1. If you want a web container only, try Tomcat 7.

Oh, yes - it may also be related to the version of Eclipse you use. Try Helios (Eclipse 3.6).
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Hi Ivan,

I had an old version of Eclipse.
Upgrading it now...
will let you know.

Thanks a lot..
 
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