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I have a Iplanet 4.1 server talking to Weblogic 5.1, through the NSAPI plugin. The servlets on the Iplanet are needed to call EJBs on weblogic. I am getting the error that the Servlet could not make a JNDI lookup on EJB. Is this a problem with the plugin , because the Iplanet console looks clean in the settings. What could be wrong. Any help is appreciated
 
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I'm not an EJB guy, so maybe somebody else has a better idea, but are you sure you connecting to the JNDI service on the right machine? Or that the EJB is even in the directory? Using the correct port for JNDI? Config issues like this seem to be my problem most of the time.
 
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