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Accessing Environment entries in WebSphere 3.5 Adv.

Horaci Macias
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Joined: Nov 08, 2001
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Does anybody know how to access Environment entries of an EJB in WebSphere ? I've tried the following:

the Environment entry I want to read is called "testing", and I've tried lookup("java:comp/env/testing"), lookup("java:comp"), and many other combinations with no luck. If anyone could paste a sample code....
Thank you in advance,
Horaci Macias
 
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