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unreachable try catch error when installing ejb

 
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Hi all,

We're having problem on installing the ear using Admin Console and it throws Unreachable try catch error on some of my EJB's. Those EJB's i've been trying to load to Websphere v6 were working fine in JBoss 4.0.
The EJB's were compiled using weblogic.ant.taskdefs.j2ee.Ejbc ant task. I would like to know if there's anyone who experienced the same problem of loading ejb compiled using the said ant task.

Thanks in advance.
 
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Ayan,
What version of J2EE/EJB are you using? Have you run WebSphere's ejb deploy tool?
 
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Thanks for your reply Jeanne.

We're using J2EE1.4, EJB2.0 session beans and were supposed to migrate it to WASv6.1.

Anyway, we have already resolved this one and the exception source was that the EJBRemote interfaces method declaration, specifically throws clause part, was not consistent with the SessionBeanImpl classes.

However got a new problem, i'll post it on a separate thread...

Thanks again!
 
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