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Hi frnds ..iam getting the following error ...
please help...
iam using weblogic 9.0 server ;webservices pack 2.0;
i have included SAAJ API of 1.3 version(saaj-api and saaj-imp jar files)
please help me in this regard..




thanks
SR
Hi frnds ..iam getting the following error ...
please help...
iam using weblogic 9.0 server ;webservices pack 2.0;
i have included SAAJ API of 1.3 version(saaj-api and saaj-imp jar files)
please help me in this regard..




thanks
SR
15 years ago
Hi all,

i have a problem while running the build.xml using the ant script(i.e ant build.xml)and got the below mentioned error...
any help would be appreciated, as i was trying to solve this for the past 2days ...
using weblogic 9.0





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Srikanth
15 years ago
yah shanthi... thats write ..even i feel that a,b,c are right ....but i came across this question somewhere i couldn't remember that says only a,b....ny how as most of them says its a,b,c ...my doubt is clarified ...

thanks a lot...

thanks
sri
Hi..

Which of the following method declarations for a session bean class are valid?
Choices:
� A. public void ejbCreate(String name) throwsCreateException {}
� B. public void ejbCreateBigCart() throws CreateException{}
� C. public void ejbCreate(String name) {}
� D. public static void ejbCreateSmallCart() {}
� E. public final PKeyType ejbCreate() {}
� F. public PKeyType ejbCreateLargeAccount() {}

in the above question why option is c is not a valid one ...as far as i remember in the bean class an ejbCreate method may throw a create Exception but its not a must!!!

please clear the doubt!!

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sri
I suppose here L and R represent the local and remote client and they dont extend any interfaces(component interfaces(local and remote) extends the EJBLocalObject and EJBObject respectively))...
i donot get the options 1 and 2...
please do help...

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sri
Hi frnds,
Can nyone please explain me about options 1 and 2 ??

thanks a lot ..

thanks
sri