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Hi,
Am trying to deploy the EJB application sample in the redbook for EJB 2.0 with WSAD 5 but with Oracle9i as the database. I have mapped all the CMP fields as well as the role names. The modules by themselves do not have any error. I have done the deploy and generate RMIC. But when I start the server I get errors - the main being ...
The current backend id,ORACLE_V9_1, does not have equivalent deployed code in the jar.
What does this mean?
Thanks,
Jacob
 
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ok I figured out that the code did not deploy at all due an error .... Duh!!!
 
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Jacob Kur wrote:ok I figured out that the code did not deploy at all due an error .... Duh!!!



Thanks . it helped me. I opened enterprise explorer , right click all EJB project and selected prepare for deployment. It worked
 
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