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Hi,
I have developed a application thru' jdeveloper. I created the .ear file also using the same. As I would like to run the application using Sun One Server, I deployed the .ear in Sun One. Also I have cofigured JDBC Resource and Connection Pools.
After finishing the deployment, while restarting I am getting the exception in the server console as,
SEVERE: WEB0117: Error loading web module [test:web.war] in virtual server [server1]: javax.naming.InvalidNameException: Real JNDI name cannot be empty for jdbc/testDS
Pls help to solve the above problem....
Thanks in advance.
 
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"zen joe",
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Hiho,
I do have the same Problem as described above. Any hints or solutions?
Best regards,
Bernd
 
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