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SessionFactory: javax.naming.NameNotFoundException: hibernate not bound

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I'm facing following problem with hibernate and jboss. I have postgresql-ds.xml in ${JBOSS}/server/default/deploy:

Then, I have jboss-service.xml in META-INF dir of the har:

In my EJB I try to get access to database via:

The har is deployed in jboss-app.xml:

Application deploys with no errors.
Unfortunately jboss throws an Exception when trying to lookup:

What am I doing wrong? I see that the session factory is not bound to JNDI. How to fix it? Anyone can help to fix it?
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Where are you trying to access SessionFactory from?

I had the same problem when I was trying to access SessionFactory from my unit tests (in eclipse) .

if that's the case,
this is what i did (not sure if the best way to solve it or not):

include the jbossall-client.jar, your client.jar and ejb.jar as well as jboss-ejb3.jar, jboss-aop-jdk50-client.jar and jboss-aspect-jdk50-client.jar in the classpath of your unit tests/client and give it another try.

If you came up with a better solution please let me know.
Mateusz Moroz
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I try to access the SessionFactory directly from SessionBean.
MySessionFactory is visible in jboss jmx console and shows no errors.
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