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How to configure JNDI entries for 2.1 EJBS in RAD 7

Duran Harris
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Hi all,

Does anyone know how to configure JNDI for 2.1 EJBS in RAD7??The redbook unfortunately delves into facades and DTO's....very confusing.Maybe someone has some links to a simple tutorial?


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Duran,
When you open the deployment descriptor editor, do you see an area for JNDI name or mapped name?


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Duran Harris
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I think I should rephrase my question.It's not really the JNDI I need help with...it's understanding how to deploy the Ejb-jar.What I have done is create a new EAR project.Then I right clicked the EAR and said->New EJB project.Then I right clicked the EAR and clicked import Ejb-jar(I didn't select the option to create a client jar)But once it's done importing the jar,there are redc crosses indicating errors next to to the ejb-jar.xml.It tells me an ejb module must contain one or more enterprise beans.My ejb-jar.xml seems to be right though(it is an example from Mastering EJB 3rd Edition anyway).I think it might be the manner in which I created the jar.Let me illustrate what I did:


As you can see I created a META-INF folder(physically,in windows) and put my ejb-jar.xml inside it.'examples' is a package that contains all the bean interfaces and the bean class.
I issued the following command jar -cf HelloWorld.jar META-INF\ejb-jar.xml.It created a jar succesfully.Viewing the jar produced the following:
META-INF/
META-INF/MANIFEST.MF
examples/
examples/Hello.java
examples/HelloBean.java
examples/HelloHome.java
examples/HelloLocal.java
examples/HelloLocalHome.java
META-INF/ejb-jar.xml


What am I doing wrong here??
 
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