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Hi all,
I am getting this error WQRY0025E when deploying my ejbs.
The message gives a wrong schema name than what is in the deplyment descriptor. Looks like a bug in WSAD 5.1.
I saw this exact error posted on IBM developer forum on Feb 10th,
but there is no answer to that post.
Did anybody else experience this error?
Thanks a lot for your help.
-Roshan
 
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Hello, I am getting the exact same problem. The IBM message reference page for the WebSphere Studio is so terrible, I would rather have a stroke than go in again.
Have you found the solution to the problem???
 
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