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lookup of JNDI bean reference is not working!

 
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hello all!

I am little bit confused about the JNDI look up with JBOSS 6 as the Application server.

To get the bean's home stub, I write the code like,



jboss.xml has something like,



ejb-jar.xml contains,



If i print "objref ", it displays "null".

please let me know the problem in this!

Thank You!
 
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please somebody reply this post!
 
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Are you sure you are getting a NULL? I would have expected a NameNotFoundException if you are using the wrong JNDI name. Are you packaging any jar file(s) containing javax.naming.* or org.jnp.* classes in your application? Or maybe other JBoss specific jar files? If yes, then remove those from your application.
 
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