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I try to execute an ejb exemple (helloworld), but when i start the ejb server, it throws a exception :
com.ibm.ejs.EJSException: ; nested exception
is: com.ibm.ejs.sm.exception.ActiveObjectInitException
The ejb don't use data base, so it can't be a database problem...
If you have an idea ?
thanks for help
Alex
 
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Moving this to the IBM/Websphere forum...
BTW, can you please take a quick look at the JavaRanch naming policy and edit your profile accordingly. Welcome to the ranch.
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Alex,
I had this problem as well. Difference is that mine involved an Entity CMP Bean. When starting the server for a group that contains an Entity Bean using VAJ, first you must right click on the server and fill out the appropriate fields (i.e. connection url, etc.). I've done several stateless Session Beans as well and never had this problem unless an Entity Bean resided in the same group and the database properties were not set appropriately. If you're working with VAJ in the test environement and using the IBM EJB Samples EJB group, the group contains a Bean called Iterator which is an Entity Bean. Make sure the DB properties are set appropriately.
That is the only suggestion I have. Hope it helps.
[ July 11, 2002: Message edited by: Scott Duncan ]
 
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