Hello All, I'm addressing (2) problems I'm having: 1.) I have to do a bean to bean call running localhost in my test environment under WSAD 5 and it's no problem using a reference for local beans, but trying to find a remote ejb home gives me a lookup error. I believe it works fine when deployed on our test server, just a problem under localhost. Anyone come across this before? 2.) I'm doing another bean to bean call to a remote bean using soap, which I'm not familiar with yet. I'm using code from another developer who told me they had it working fine in their local WSAD 5 test environment. I find the first bean: Validate, which in turn has to call another bean: GetMyInfo to access it's methods to create a database call to a third bean: DB_GetAll, which has a local reference to the GetMyInfo bean. Everything works fine until the GetMyInfo bean tries to make the call for the DB_GetAll bean and I get this error stating it can't find the bean's localhome: ExceptionUtil E CNTR0020E: Non-application exception occurred while processing method "validate" on bean "BeanId(ValidateEAP#ValidateEAPEJB.jar#TMS_Validate, null)". Exception data: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com/ejb/DB_GetAllLocalHome I've made successfull calls to all these beans before, but using references and not soap, well using a local ref. and not a remote one to validate in my test environment. This looks like a simple configuration issue, but I don't see it. Any ideas as to what can cause this error? The actual bean names/methods have been changed for this discussion, but the idea is the same. Thanks, James
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