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WSAD (IBM Universal Test Client) problem

 
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Hi, I was trying to do a tutorial for WSAD 5.0 but when I started tesing using IBM Universal Test Client, I got this
EJB References
HelloWorldSession
HelloWorldSessionHome
HelloWorldSession 1
Method Visibility
No visible methods
instead of this :
EJB References
HelloWorldSession
HelloWorldSessionHome
HelloWorldSession 1
Method Visibility
String getFirstName(int)
String getLastName(int)
void setFirstName(int, String)
void setLastName(int, String)
Could you please help me, I appreciate your help.
Mark
 
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Have you promoted the methods in question to the EJB remote interface?
 
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No, I have not, how to do it ?
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Open your EJB Bean class in an editor. Then, open an Outline view. Select the method (or methods) to promote and right-click to get a context menu. Select Enterprise Bean >> Promote to Remote Interface. Rebuild your EJB classes and Generate Deployment and RMIC Code. Once you have done this and restarted the WTE, you should see your methods in the UTC. Note: Make sure you do NOT have the Remote Interface open (in an editor) when promoting methods. There is a bug in some versions of WSAD the prevents the method from being promoted if the Remote Interface is being edited.
 
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