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Posted on 2003-10-24
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Hi,

   I have successfully deployed several ejbs and my servlet use them. but my servlet cannot locate their home interfaces. Where should these class files(i.e. home class, remote interface class...etc)  be resided so that servlet can see them????

thanks.
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by:egorelik
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These classes should reside in any of the locations specified in weblogic classpath in weblogic start script.

What Weblogic version are you using ?

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by:zollen
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weblogic 8.1
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by:zollen
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When I included all home, remote class files into the classpath, I got the following warming message while starting the server.
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<Oct 24, 2003 5:49:45 PM PDT> <Warning> <EJB> <BEA-010001> <While deploying EJB 'BoyEJB', class com.oasis.risk.ejbs.family.BoyEJB was loaded from the system classpath. As a result, this class cannot be reloaded while the server is running. To prevent this behavior in the future, make sure the class is not located in the server classpath.>


It suggest all ejb class files should not be included in any of the system classpath. Where should these files be placed so that they are visible to servlets.....????????????
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vzilka earned 50 total points
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You should put the files inside WEB-INF\classes directory (including relevant package names, etc.) in your WAR file.
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