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Sharma Ashutosh
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I am having a java program (suppose A.java), which is accessing other java program (suppose B.java) and this program in turn accessing an EJB (suppose C.java). Both these B.java and C.java are deployed on weblogic 4.51, but my program (A.java) is not.
Now when I am accessing any function of B.java which is not dependent on C.java then its is working fine, but as soon as I am trying to access any function which is dependent on EJB's (C.java) function then I am getting exception as "ClassNotFoundException "and the class its looking for is
"JTSDriver". Can anyone help me getting out this problem.

Ashutosh Sharma
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