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Problems with lookup

 
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Hi,
I�m just started with JBoss and as my first test, i put an .EAR with an test Servlet and a EJB
, the server acepted the application and i could acess the Servlet, but when it try to lookup the EJB, the lookup method() throws an NamingException
I�m calling the method with no arguments, because it works at the reference implamentation from SUN ( The EAR. file was genarated by the deploytool from SUN�s J2EE ).
How can i work around it ?
Is there any eclipse plug-in to make the deployment to JBoss ? ( not JBosside, �cause this does not deploy , or i could not find the tool ...)
Thanks in advance.
Claudio Gualberto.
 
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JBoss provides an Mnean that is configured in the root configuration file to view the ojects bound in its JNDI namespace. The MBean definition is shown below:
<mbean code="org.jboss.naming.JNDIView" name="jboss:service=JNDIView">
If you access the MBean from JMX console and invoke the list() method, it will list all the contexts and the objects in the JNDI namespace.
This page is a very usefull in troubleshhoting problems that occur in performing naming and lookup operations...


Can this help?
 
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Yeah, this helped.
But this tag is already there, and when i executed the JNDIView�s list method, my application was there but it�s properties seems different from the others. I think the reason is why it�s deployment files was generated by the Deploytool ( SUNs reference implementation ).
Now i�m trying to generate the deploy files using ANT and XDoclet, but it�s not working.
Could you tell me how to do it, or where i can
get info about ( some JBoss deployment tutorial using anything )
Thanks
Claudio Gualberto.
 
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What are you looking for? An ejb?
If you're doing an ejb lookup, you should specify the ejb's jndi name in the lookup method call.
e.g.: ctx.lookup("ejb/myBean");
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