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EJB Access from Sun's JDK

 
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Hi All !!

I am facing a problem when I am using sun's JDK in my application

In my environment I am using RAD6 and I have created an EJB Project which runs fine.

now I want to test my EJB from main program of java

My program run fine if I use WAS JRE, but If I use SUN's JRE I Get lot of runtime error,


Now my question is
is there any JRE limitation if i want to acess my EJB deployed on websphere and my java program is running on sun's JRE

and If can access my EJB what are the property files required to be in classpath,and what are the jar files needed.

thanks
Shailesh
 
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You don't test EJB's using a JRE, you use a J2EE server. Any java program must be deployed on the server or accessible via an external method such as a web service.

Please go into more detail since I don't follow you.
 
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