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EJB Local Interface Lookuop

 
Greenhorn
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Hi,
In WSAD 5.1.1
We created J2ee project In that In Ejb Perspective
In Enterprise Bean Creation procedure �.
We created session Bean and here we selected Local Client View only.

So now we have created tag .like


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ejb/AdminSession
Session
com.radiant.admin.facade.AdminSessionLocalHome
com.radiant.admin.facade.AdminSessionLocal
AdminSession


i am calling JNDI name is like local:/ejb/AdminSession && ejb/AdminSession
i tried in both ways but i am not getting .The error is like this


IWAD0402E Could not perform lookup with the JNDI name: Name "ejb/AdminSession" not found in context "local:".

plz suggest me
 
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Did you add a local reference to your AdminSession bean named ejb/AdminSession ?? Cause this reference is needed to lookup local interfaces. The reference must be added to the bean where the interface is looked up.
 
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You try connecting the following Naming

lookup("java:comp/env/ejb/<yourBEAN Name>");
 
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