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Hi,

I am trying to JNDI capabilities thru weblogic and access a particular database. For my InitialContextTest class, I need to import weblogic.common and weblogic. How do I import those jar files? I couldn’t find in c:\ bea dir.

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I included all the jars in C:\bea81\weblogic81\server\lib, but still got this error.

import javax.naming.*;
import java.util.*;
import java.io.*;
import weblogic.common.*;
import weblogic.jndi.*;
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Exception in thread "main" java.lang.Error: Unresolved compilation problems:
      weblogic cannot be resolved or is not a type
      Type mismatch: cannot convert from InitialContextTest to Context
      The constructor InitialContextTest(Hashtable) is undefined
      Type mismatch: cannot convert from InitialContextTest to Context
      The constructor InitialContextTest(Hashtable) is undefined

      at InitialContextTest.main(InitialContextTest.java:5)
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can u post your code
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>> InitialContextTest to Context

You are probably using: InitialContextTest something = new InitialContext () ? You can use InitialContext obj = new InitialContext () ;

>> The constructor InitialContextTest(Hashtable) is undefined

You are probably using InitialContextTest context = new InitialContextTest ( hashtable ) ; You need to use: InitialContext context = new InitialContext ( hashtable ) ;
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If the InitialContextTest is your own class you will need to create an object of that type.
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That's perhaps what he's trying to do but using it as though its an InitialContext, I guess....
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Any reason for the B grade?
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