I've set ClassPath to both JAVA_HOME and JBOSS_HOME.
I copied JBoss folder and Eclipse Project folder from my co-worker, but it didn' solve the prob...
I also tried installing new Eclipse and set up the new environment, but nothing changed.
It seems that the prob is something to do w/ the JNDI, but I cannot find the answer.
ANY help will be appreciated!!
Joined: Mar 26, 2002
I created another EAR file called Ad2.ear which only contains the Servlet.
If your servlet is packaged inside an EAR that only contains the servlet (and not EJB interfaces), then the class not found exception is to be expected. Try updating your Ad2.ear so that it contains a war file (including your servlet) and a jar file containing the home and remote interfaces for your bean.