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Simple Stateless Session Bean

Michael Labuschagne
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Joined: May 08, 2007
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I'm running Weblogic 10.3.2 with bundled Eclipse with OEPE...

I want to create an Stateless Session bean v3 which is backwards compatible with EJB v2.1...

From creating the project through to executing the remote bean call how would I do that? I've searched the web but can't find an example that runs perfectly on Weblogic/Eclipse...

Something very simple - even if the bean's method simply returns a String for example purposes and testing whether the infrastructure is setup correctly etc. No database calls necessary.

Any help will be greatly appreciated!
gyan kumar
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please check this
Michael Labuschagne
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Joined: May 08, 2007
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Thanks for that - it's perfect!

I'm busy going through it now but I'm stuck - it seems my pointbase db server does not start when I launch my WebLogic server from within Eclipse. I can access the WebLogic console so I'm sure the WebLogic Server has started - but I can't login into the pointbase db server using localhost and port 9092 - any ideas?

How do you ensure that the pointbase database server is started when the WebLogic Server is started? Where do you configure this?

Thanks appreciate the help!
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