I am using websphere application server version 188.8.131.52 with RAD 184.108.40.206. But I cannot generate EJB stubs because of an error message which says "Cannot find RMIC because it is not installed. Expected location of RMIC is C:\Program Files\IBM\SDP70_1New\runtimes\base_v61\java\bin.
However RMIC is available in that location.
Some search in the google told me that the java used in eclipse may not be the one provided by websphere.
But I think the rmic is located inside websphere profile only.
I just passed SCBCD 5.0 with 86%. I did not think I could do it without Head First .
I just read EJB3.0 from O' Reilly and the spec. I would say EJB specs are so beautifully written, its just like a book. But, I would say, if there was a 'Head First' available, my girl friend would have been happier .
Thanks a lot to the ranchers for support.
Hi, i'm absolutely new to ejb, so this is a silly question. I can access the EJBs from web container using @EJB annotation. But, when i try to use JNDI, the server log shows that the JNDI name does not exist. I'm using glassfish. Can somebody tell me how the default jndi names are used in glassfish, and how i can modify and assign custom jndi names?
Hi, Can anybody tell me if there is a way to use declarative authorization in j2ee in combination with JAAS authentication? I need this for my project. [ November 01, 2007: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
why don't you check your history in the sun cert database and see if the kit is created, sent or not. if they are, probably they reached a wrong address...you would need to request sun to resend it. otherwise mail sun telling them the problem.