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ejb cotainer managed problem

satyendra adhikari
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Joined: Aug 17, 2001
Posts: 52
hi;
i have written a container managed bean on weblogic 5.1 and i am using jsp to call my enterprise bean which uses oracle database.
everything is fine but when i added few extra business methods it is not recognising any business methods and giving error like.. unabvle to compile the .java file ....method not found in remoteobject. although i have made a interface for my business methods and extending it in my remote interface and imlementing in my bean class.
i have tried severel times but the result remains the same.my create and finder methods are running fine.
i am developing ejb jar via ejbc compiler and not using the deploy tool.
can any one please suggest what is the reason for this strange problem.
thanks
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VIKI AG
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Joined: Aug 13, 2001
Posts: 4
U need not worry about the JSP at the moment. I understand u are stuck at the compilation of ure bean files. Check the database connection details in the weblogic-cmp-rdbms-jar.xml file. I hope the problem lies therein.
VIKI
satyendra adhikari
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Joined: Aug 17, 2001
Posts: 52
hi;
thanks;
but actually i did not present the problem clearly last time. i have made it a lot clear this time ,hope you will get a better idea of the problem this time.
thanks again
satyendra adhikari
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