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Netbeans & EJB's with Linux

john adams

Joined: May 13, 2008
Posts: 10
I feel like roadkill on the Netbeans SuperHighway.

I can't get a simple "HelloWorld" Application to deploy using Netbeans 6.1 on Linux.

my error message is this:

Deploying application in domain failed; Error loading deployment descriptors for module [EJBDemo] -- javax.ejb.EJB.description()Ljava/lang/String;at com.sun.enterprise.deployment.annotation.AnnotationInfo@10d8d767

I'm PO'd about this.

Is it a Netbeans bug,screwup,careless,"who-cares about linux" situation?

Is there a cure or do I need to learn Eclipse?
Any good Eclipse tutorials you can recommend?
Vinod K Singh
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Joined: Sep 30, 2008
Posts: 198
Are you able to deploy it on Windows?

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john adams

Joined: May 13, 2008
Posts: 10
Hi Vinod

I did'nt try the EJB program in Windows, but the instructor wrote it using Windows ( 99% sure).

I've been having alot of problems with Netbeans in the Linux OS.
Things such as some wizards missing, code templates not working and now this simple "Hello World" EJB application written by a Sun Microsystems Java Engineer.

Hmmm Something seems to be wrong at Netbeans.

But enough.

I just switched to Eclipse 3.2 and am currently working through there on-board tutorial. I'm impressed with some things, but I miss my Netbeans 6.0 code templates real-bad (they don't work in NB v 6.1 Linux). The Html code template was linked to the JSP pages and the JSP code-template was,nt working with the JSP pages. It did work in NB 6.0 Figure that!

I'm too tired wrestling with NB so I'll just work with Eclipse.

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