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Finding Local within JNDI Tree

 
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I know this is a silly question, but I am stump on why I can not find the error. I am having problems finding the EJB Local within the JNDI tree.

In the deployment descriptor I have this bean with the jndi name of local/CacheEJB


When I start the server and run the Universal Test Client. I can see with the JNDI Explorer and the [Local EJB beans]. Under this is the local directory with the CacheEJB object id, so I am lead to believe I can find the bean should I ask for it correctly.

The way I lookup the local is by passing the following string "java:comp/env/local/CacheEJB" When I test this in the Test Client, I get this error: "Name comp/env/local not found in context "java:"
I've regenerated the RMIC code to be sure all changes are reflected properly, but this did not work.

I am working with WSAD 5.1.1.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Russ
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