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J2EE sdk Deploytool error

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While using "deployTool" I got error message "The class javaexample.j2ee.converHome) could not be loaded please consult online help for assistance in setting up the class root directory and choosing class files." on step g of the following. EJB JAR Dialog Box: a. In the combo box labelled "Enterprise Bean will go in," select ConverterApp. b. In the JAR Display Name field enter ConverterJAR. Representing the EJB .jar file that contains the bean, this name will be displayed in the tree view. c. Click the Add button next to the Contents text area. d. In the Add Contents to JAR dialog box, choose the directory containing the .class files. (This directory is $J2EE_HOME/doc/guides/ejb/examples/converter, where $J2EE_HOME is the location of your J2EE SDK installation.) You may either type the directory name in the Root Directory field or locate it by clicking Browse. e. Select each of the following classes from the text area and click Add: Converter.class, ConverterEJB.class, and ConverterHome.class. f. Click OK. g. Click Next..
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