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Deploying EJB

Pratiti Naphade
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Joined: Mar 13, 2001
Posts: 39
i have worked on j2sdkee1.2....and have deployed a simple Session EJB with no hassels.
Now i'm using j2sdkee1.3....while going throughthe EJB wizard ther's one thing i am really confused...
There r twoi distinctive headings:
A)Local Interface:
and in that ur supposed to key in
1)Local Home Interfcae
2)Local Interface
B)Remote Interface:
1)Remote Home Interfcae
2)Remote Interface
\I tried all permutaion and combinations od keying in home interface as well as remote interface in these 4 text fields...
But no luck...It gives a problem in deployment...
If anybody's tried it..pls let me know at the earliest..'cos i have to submit a project on monday...
Bindesh Vijayan
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Joined: Aug 21, 2001
Posts: 104
This is one of those problems which i too faced in the initial days when Shifted from j2sdkee1.2 to 1.3.For your problem you neglect all those local stuff and just input the remote interface,remote EJB and remoteHome, and I think this should help you deploy your application.
Now I need a help from you, You need to tell me, after deploying how did you compile your Client Application because I could'nt do it as it gave a compile time error regarding javax.naming. package.I tried many times and then I switched back to earlier version and it worked fine there.
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