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Hey Guys..
i am using jboss3.2.5 with lomboz.213 using eclipse. i followed all the instructions of how to configure eclipse for lomboz.

while developing my first application,i am getting the following error,

"import javax.ejb cannot be resolved"
"SessionBean cannot be resolved or not a valid superinterface"

I am not getting why this is happening even after doing all the settings in eclipse for the new project.

Did all the settings in eclipse like server definitions and classpath variable, etc.

After that,I was supposed to see all the jar files included like run.jar, shutdown.jar of the jboss server and three folders namely, src, j2src and JRESysteLibrary.

i can see three folders but i can't see these jar files.
This may be reason for the error but i could not resolve this problem.

Kindly help me out. this is my first appn and i got stuck up with that only.

Pleeeeeeeeeeezzzzzzzz anybody help out.

Thanks in advance,
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One way to fix this problem is to add j2ee.jar to the project. Google the web for j2ee.jar, download it to a dir, then right click on your project name in eclipse, select properties, then Java Build Path, Add external jar file and add j2ee.jar. This should fixed your problem.

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