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EJB Lookup fails

Aryan Khan
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I am having problem with ejb lookup on was 6.1. Just to mention that on standalone WAS server it works fine, but on WAS+NDM it fails.
I have my server server1 which has a DNS entry of server1.mypc.mydomain, which I cannot change to server name only. But the server is not part of domain. So when I do a lookup from the client it fails saying cannot resolve server name(server1). My question how can I make WAS to pick up the fully qualified server name:
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I changed the ORB_LISTENER_ADDRESS to fully qualified name. As a result I am able to lookup the EJB, but while narrowing the Object it fails with the above exception. I found a link on IBM for the same issuehttp://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21198886, and changed the plugin-cfg.xml file but no use.
Can some one help!!!
Thanks
Ahmad


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Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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Try doing using the dumpnamespace utility. It can be helpful. Here's some information on using it to look at the various namespaces:

Using the WebSphere dumpnamespace Utility to Address JNDI Problems

Good luck!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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