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harry hita
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Hi

How do you get the local interface for an EJB from JNDI in Websphere?
We only specify the 1 jndi name when I deploy the bean so what would the name be? is there a way to see the contents of the JNDI directory?
 
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Harry,
The local name is:

(Yes, there are two ejb's in there) You get this automatically and as of WSAD 5.1, there is no way to set a custom JNDI name.

You can navigate through the JNDI by right clicking the server and choosing "universal test client"
 
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