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API questions...help please

 
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Are standard API for EJB,JNDI,Deployment there in a Weblogic server..If yes what is their classpath..I am having problems compiling my RemoteInterface file
Also where is the Weblogic.properties file to be found..Under which directory....please do help
 
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Hope this would answer some of your questions..
The standard API for EJB can be found under the javax package "javax.ejb.*". This should be made available to you with the application server that you are using (either via. jar file of a directory of classes). Make sure you have the location of this jar file/directory appended to your classpath.
The Weblogic.properties file (if my guess is correct you are using Weblogic 5.1 or lower version) should be located in your Weblogic Root directory.
 
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