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HOW TO: Deploy an Application Client in WAS

Rahul Mahindrakar
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Hi,
After having deployed the Hello.jar which is available in the deployableEJB's folder sucessfully i am trying to access the Bean through a client. Following is the code for the application

However i get the following error.
upto here
javax.naming.NoInitialContextException: Cannot instantiate class: com.ibm.ejs.ns
.jndi.CNInitialContextFactory [Root exception is java.lang.ClassNotFoundExceptio
n: com.ibm.ejs.ns.jndi.CNInitialContextFactory]
Am i missing something. If so what is it. Also note the braces in in the last line above "CNInitialContextFactory]"

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Mahindrakar
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Desai Sandeep
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Hello Mahindrakar,
Comparing your error with the client call of EJB deployed in OAS, I suggest, you check up if all the requied JARs are available for client call.I had got this error while client call, since I missed out Oracle deployment utility generated files as well as aurora.jar!!
Let us know, if you make a breakthrough with this.
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Sandeep Desai
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Rahul Mahindrakar
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I know there is some jar file i am missing out. But which one is it. At present i do not have any jars in my class path. Which ones do i put.
For example in J2EE the deployer tool specifically creates a Client.jar file which i have to have in my classpath before i run my application. Is there something of this sort in WAS. If so what is it and how do i generate it

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Mahindrakar
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daman sidhu
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Hi Rahul,
Try putting the following line in the provider url syntax
env.put(Context.PROVIDER_URL,"iiop:///localhost:9000");

Note that theere are 3 /'s after iiop and the default port used for iiop comm is 9000, this should run it,
Cheers,
Daman
daman sidhu
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One more thing, u need to have ujc.jar in your classpath.

 
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