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How to look up the JNDI in Aun App server (version 8)

 
Arun Kumar
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When I try to run the EJB application I am getting the following error


I have searched the net but was not able to find a solution

My Code is



and sun-ejb-jar.xml


please help me to resolve this error
[ May 19, 2008: Message edited by: Arun Kumar ]
 
Freddy Wong
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It's been quite a while since I use Sun Java System App Server 8. If I'm not wrong, you can go to the admin console->Application Server->In the General tab, click on the JDNI Browsing button. Make sure your JNDI is there. If not, then there must be something wrong with it.
 
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