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can't run EJB in jBoss

 
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Hi, Guys,
I am new to EJB world.
I am using jBoss-2.2.2.
I have a EJB jar file in the structure: -
META-INF\
ejb-jar.xml
productMg\
Product.class
ProductHome.class
ProductBean.class
I dropped this jar file in the "deploy" directory of jBoss. Then I want to run the client: > java productMg.Client
However, I got the error says:
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org\jboss\security\SecurityAssociation.
Looks it is caused by home.create().
Why is that? How to fix it?
Thanks in advance.
Florence
 
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Hi Florence,
Include jbosssx-client.jar (which is in the jboss/client directory), in the classpath.
 
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Hi, Jayakuma,
Thanks for help!
I did that already. Actually I added all the jar files in jboss-2.2.2\client to CLASSPATH. But still the same error. Why? Help needed!
Florence
 
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Hi florence even i am having the same problem.I have worked with weblogic.Weblogic works fine with my example but in Jboss it give security association exception.
If u get the solution plz inform me also.
My email id is kundanvarma@rediffmail.com
 
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You will also need to add the following to your classpath:
$JBOSS_HOME/lib/jboss-jaas.jar

Dennis
 
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I had the same exception as well as others, and for JBoss 3.0.2 this is the classpath that worked for me when compiling my client app.

-classpath .:/jboss-3.0.2/client/jboss-client.jar:/jboss-3.0.2/client/jnp-client.jar:/jboss-3.0.2/client/jboss-common-client.jar:/jboss-3.0.2/client/log4j.jar:/jboss-3.0.2/client/jboss-j2ee.jar:/jboss-3.0.2/client/jbosssx-client.jar
Hope it works for you too!
 
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Moved to the JBoss forum.
 
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