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iPlanet Exception Handling

 
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Need Help !!
Dose anybody knows how exception are handled in iPlanet Application Server. When I am throwing exception from entity beans, it is not reaching the calling servlet. Calling servelet is catching some different exception such as unexceptedexception. I dont know what happend to my application exception thrown from bean. I tried with wraping exception in EJB and without also.
 
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Can't say that I've run into any problems doing this before. Are you sure that you've included your custom exception class files in both the WAR file and EJB-JAR files?
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Yes, There is no problem when I am not using EJBs but when I am throwing exception from the EJB method, I am not able to catch same exception in calling servlet, but some container remote exception. For example from stateless session bean I am throwing the ApplicationException wrapped in EJBException but in Servlet I am getting TransactionRolledBackException. I dont know what happend to my original exception, which I had thrown from SessionBean.
 
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