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    Default ejb look up

    i am doing jboss 4.2.2 clustering for ejb 2.0
    i have deployed my web application in jboss4.2.2
    i have written a java program to perform jndi lookup and have compiled and put the class file inside WEB_INF/lib folder of my war file.
    i am unable to lookup the jndi. please help me.
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    Default Re: ejb look up

    This post makes no sense, please elaborate.

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    Default Re: ejb look up

    i am doing jboss 4.2.2 clustering for ejb 2.0
    i have deployed my web application in jboss4.2.2
    i have written a java program to perform jndi lookup and have compiled and put the class file inside WEB_INF/lib folder of my war file.
    i am unable to lookup the jndi. please help me.

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    Default Re: ejb look up

    Maybe your ejb app was not deployed properly. You can try to package you ejb project to a .jar file. Then deploy the .jar file to the container. Test, using your case again.If ok, then put the .jar inside WEB_INF/lib folder. Otherwise you can paste you case code here,let me have a look

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    Default Re: ejb look up

    And you're not seeing any errors on deploy/startup either?

    Show us the code you use to do the JNDI lookup please.

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