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Problem in invoking ejb from different .ear

 
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I have two ear, One ear is having .jar files(For EJB) & other have .war(with .jar's having different .class files). If setting the visibility to server then during the start up of the server it says that Home not found & if removing a .jar file from .war & then putting this .jar it works properly. But this creates problem when starting the application since it(.war) does not find some classes(which is in .jar & now is on the server class path) & give other error like class not found. If I am putting the .jar file in the server class path & in the .war also then it gives some verify error(it says that the method signature does not match while the .class file & all is ok)
[ September 23, 2002: Message edited by: Vikas Gupta ]
 
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hhmmm.... why don't you put the war and jar files all together in a single EAR file?
is there any restriction?
 
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Hi
Yes there is some restriction. But even If I am having the single ear & the jar files common to web & Ejb modules I am putting in the Enterprise Application even then classNotFoundException is coming. How I can include the Enterprise Application in the EJB & WEB module path?
 
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