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EJB3 Null Pointer Exception

 
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Hi my friends.

I'm studying EJB3 and using JBoss 7 for this. I created a @Remote bean.
But I'm getting NullPointerException when executing the code below. But it works if instead I put the exactly same code in a servlet (doGet for example).
So it's not initializing the placeOrder variable ... How can I fix this? Thank you!

 
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Injection in normal Java clients isn't supported by the spec. You could inject in Java EE "application clients", but that support isn't available in the current AS7 releases.
 
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Use JNDI lookup instead of DI if you are accessing the bean from within external client.
 
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Thanks Jaikiran and Lucas.

So I need to do something like this:

Exception in thread "main" javax.naming.NoInitialContextException: I get this: Cannot instantiate class: org.jnp.interfaces.NamingContextFactory [Root exception is java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.jnp.interfaces.NamingContextFactory]
It seems that I need to start JBoss with the -b option. But I'm using Eclipse and I don't know to this in Eclipse.
 
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Maybe you have to add some .jars to the classpath of your client, especially when you use the client outside the container,
For example while using Glassfish there must be gf-client.jar.
 
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Lucas Smith wrote:Maybe you have to add some .jars to the classpath of your client, especially when you use the client outside the container,
For example while using Glassfish there must be gf-client.jar.


ok. I'm using JBoss AS 7. I download this jbossall-client.jar from here: http://www.java2s.com/Code/Jar/JKL/Downloadjbossallclientjar.htm
Now I'm getting the exception below. How do I know which port to choose?

 
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