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hema_bhandari
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Joined: Jul 15, 2001
Posts: 3
i have created a test example to be deployed on jrun.i have a jar file comprising of Hello,HelloBean,HelloHome and xml deployment descriptor.
i have deployed this jar file in the jrun using jrun management console.
can someone please tell me how to run this example.
sivaram ponraj
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Joined: Jul 11, 2001
Posts: 1
Hello hema,
Have a client program to acess the Bean.Set the classpath to the jar file u have created.And then run the client.
The client program should look up for the jndi name of the bean and then using the remote interface reference u can acess all the user defined the methods.
hema_bhandari
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Joined: Jul 15, 2001
Posts: 3
hi sivaram
thanx a lot for the reply.
my problem is that i have created the client.do i need to make jar file for the client as well and what all files do i put on the client.
main thing is after all this how do u start the server in the sense that do i have to set certain properties at the time of start.coz when i start the server according to my application it should give me certain message but it doesn't.no error also.
and how do i start the client.
thanx
hema
Matt Midcap
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