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weblogic 8.1 Missing Resource Exception

Kavitha Govindaraj
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Joined: May 27, 2004
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Hi,
Good day. I am new to Weblogic. I created an ear which has all my EJB jars & a war file. Inside war I have classes - contains one main servlet & under lib I placed all related jar(EJB). I have few more external jar which are placed in weblogic/server/ext/jars(Jars folder created by me) & set path to this using setEnv. As the same I placed all my property files (Internationalization properties) into a folder properties & added into classpath.

My application deployment is success & when I hit the page, i m gettng missing resource exception on console (java.util.MissingResourceException: Can't find bundle for base name IPAYApplication, locale en_US) and
java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com/ipay/session/AdminDataMaintainHome on screen (But this EJB is deployed successfully).

Please help me how & where to place my property files?.
Is there any other option of adding my jars into the classpath other than editing setEnv.cmd or startWeblogic.cmd.

Thanks in advance.

Kavitha


Thanks <br />Kavitha G <br />SCJP
 
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