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In J2EE version 1.4 I use the deploytool to deploy the EJB into the reference implementation of the server, but I can't use the lookup() method of the InitialContext to find the JNDI name. It always throws a NoInitialContextException. I feel like I'm missing something obvious, but I can't figure it out.
I can set the JNDI name in the sun-specific area of the deploytool, and it comes back with that name in the produced xml, but I can't look up the name from inside my program. I get exactly the same result from both Windows XP and Linux installations of J2E.E version 1.4.
Without a stack trace or a little code it is hard to tell what is going on. However, my first instinct is that you are running in problems a step before trying to find the jndi source. How are you handling the task of obtaining an initial context?
I managed to locate and download version 1.3 of J2EE and the same code worked the first time. As far as I can see there are only two possibilities--either there is an extra step that isn't documented, or there is a bug in version 1.4. I am going to continue with version 1.3 until 1.4 is released and I will try it again.
I will make another post here when 1.4 is released, and I will describe in detail whether or not it works.
Thanks for your time.
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