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JAVAX.EJB; NOT FOUND

 
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i get error JAVAX.EJB.*; PACKAGE NOT FOUND
WHILE COMPILING
MY EJB IS IN
mydomain\applications\DefaultWebApp_myserver
WHERE TO STORE BEANS SO THAT THERE IS NO SUCH ERROR
 
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I am not sure whether this will work, but try to compile your application, after you have executed the "setEnv.cmd" script from the <mydomain> directory.
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set the classpath for websphere.jar .so that u can rectify the prob..
thx ,..
rajaram
 
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iam sorry..if ur asking about where to place beans?than my answer is place all those in mydomain and set the path for mydomain in startweblogic.cmd.
thats it..
thx..
rajaram
 
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i m still getting the same error.
package javax.ejb.* not found.
I have addeded Weblogic.jar to my classpath.
Any clue?
 
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