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Getting "Lookup Error Name comp/env/mail not found in context "java:"." error

 
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Hi Friends,

I am getting the "Lookup Error Name comp/env/mail not found in context "java:"., Failed to lookup the configuration path" error in the servlet.

The lines of code is
try{
Context initCtx = new InitialContext();
mailHost = (String) initCtx.lookup("java:comp/env/mail/mail_02");

} catch (NamingException e) {
AtlasLogger.info(
"DMUMail: Failed to lookup the configuration path");
AtlasLogger.error("DMUMail: Lookup Error " + e.getMessage());
}

Please advise me.Thanks.
 
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Looks like you're trying to get the default mail session from your container.

What container are you using?
 
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I am using WSAD.
 
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It looks like you are trying to lookup a web application environment variable. Environment variables are set up in your web.xml file. Try adding something like this to your web.xml file:

[ July 24, 2007: Message edited by: Merrill Higginson ]
 
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I have tried this, still I am getting the same error. The error saying that 'Broken pipe cannot send mail, look up error, and "Lookup Error Name comp/env/mail not found in context "java:" .

Please help.
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