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Problem with ORM by Weblogic

 
Thomas Chang
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Hi all,

I create an EJB-Project which runs quite well in JBoss. Now I am going to deploy it by Weblogic Express 10g. But I have problem by deploying. I got Exception as follow:


My "persistence.xml" looks as follow:


My question: where should I locate the datasource descriptor which contains the OracleDS and the username and password?
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Basically you need to create a Datasource in Weblogic. Since, how you do that is Weblogic specific, I am going to move this thread to the Weblogic forum

Thanks

Mark
 
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Mark is correct. You need to create a weblogic DataSource and then you may check in JNDI tree if the DS is correct available.
You will find information on how to create a DS at:

http://edocs.bea.com/wls/docs100/jdbc_admin/jdbc_datasources.html#wp1167286

You may also find the following links usefull:

http://edocs.bea.com/wls/docs100/jdbc_admin/packagedjdbc.html

http://edocs.bea.com/wls/docs100/jdbc_admin/config.html

And you can find information on ejb 3.0 for weblogic at:

http://edocs.bea.com/wls/docs100/ejb30.html

regards.
 
Thomas Chang
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Hi,

I did create a DataSource via AdminConsole in Weblogic. I gave the DataSource a Name "dwSpring2Jpa". Then I gave the "JNDI Name" a value of "OracleDS". My database name is XE.

In the "persistence.xml" I have:


I am somewhat confused if I set the values correct or not.
 
Thomas Chang
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The problem of connection to the database is solved.
 
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