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I am having EJB errors going from RAD 6 to Rad 7.  These all compiled and worked properly before the upgrade.

Errors I'm getting if config has JNDI context local:ejb/ in front of JNDI lookup name or with no context infront:
ERROR 2008-06-16 12:37:29,871 {pu1} [WebContainer : 3] CustomerDelegate.placeManualHold -  Exception occurs in the Servicing
com.uhc.basics.exceptions.BasicsException ::  Service Exception occurs while locating ManualHoldHome,  Root Cause: Failed to obtain EJB Home,  Root Cause: Name "comp/env/ManualHoldEJB" not found in context "java:".
 
 Root Cause detail
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 com.uhc.basics.j2ee.service.ServiceException :: Failed to obtain EJB Home,  Root Cause: Name "comp/env/ManualHoldEJB" not found in context "java:".
 
 Root Cause detail
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 javax.naming.NameNotFoundException: Name "comp/env/ManualHoldEJB" not found in context "java:".
 at com.uhc.basics.compmgmt.services.BasicsCompMgmtDelegate.getEJBInstance(BasicsCompMgmtDelegate.java:138)
 at com.uhc.basics.compmgmt.services.CustomerDelegate.placeManualHold(CustomerDelegate.java:5814)
 
 
Error I'm getting with  java:comp/env context in front.
[6/16/08 8:11:13:295 EDT] 00000023 Helpers       W   NMSV0610I: A NamingException is being thrown from a javax.naming.Context implementation. Details follow:

Context implementation: com.ibm.ws.naming.java.javaURLContextRoot

Context method: lookup(Name)

Context name: java:

Target name: comp/env/ManualHoldEJB

Other data: ""

Exception stack trace: com.ibm.websphere.naming.CannotInstantiateObjectException: Exception occurred while the JNDI NamingManager was processing a javax.naming.Reference object. [Root exception is com.ibm.websphere.naming.CannotInstantiateObjectException: Exception occurred while the JNDI NamingManager was processing a javax.naming.Reference object. [Root exception is com.ibm.ejs.container.ContainerEJBException: Unable to initialize deferred EJB.]]


 

My service locator config:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<!DOCTYPE configuration SYSTEM "http://uhg.uht.com/dtd/configuration.dtd">

<configuration name="ServiceLocatorMetaData">

<!-- Start of all the DAO Entries -->

<property key="CustomerDAO" value = "CustomerDAO,DAO"/>

<property key="ProducerDAO" value = "ProducerDAO,DAO"/>

<property key="BasicsUtilsDAO" value = "BasicsUtilsDAO,DAO"/>

<property key="AuditDAO" value = "AuditDAO,DAO"/>

<property key="CalendarDAO" value = "CalendarDAO,DAO"/>

<property key="IssueDAO" value = "IssueDAO,DAO"/>

<property key="InboundDAO" value = "InboundDAO,DAO"/>

<property key="SystemDAO" value = "SystemDAO,DAO"/>

<property key="ManualDepositsDAO" value = "ManualDepositsDAO,DAO"/>

<property key="PaymentDAO" value = "PaymentDAO,DAO"/>

<!-- End of all DAO Entries -->


<!-- Start of all EJB Entries -->

<property key="ManualHoldHome" value = "ManualHoldEJB.ejbHomeName,EJB"/>

<property key="ManualHoldHome.ejbHomePath" value = "java:comp/env/ManualHoldEJB"/>

<property key="CustomerOverrideHome" value= "CustomerOverrideEJB.ejbHomeName,EJB" />

<property key="CustomerOverrideHome.ejbHomePath" value = "java:comp/env/CustomerOverrideEJB"/>

<property key="CustomerAORHome" value= "CustomerAOREJB.ejbHomeName,EJB" />

<property key="CustomerAORHome.ejbHomePath" value = "java:comp/env/CustomerAOREJB"/>

<property key="ProducerGarnishmentHome" value = "ProducerGarnishmentEJB.ejbHomeName,EJB"/>

<property key="ProducerGarnishmentHome.ejbHomePath" value = "java:comp/env/ProducerGarnishmentEJB"/>

<property key="KARatesHome" value = "KARatesEJB.ejbHomeName,EJB"/>

<property key="KARatesHome.ejbHomePath" value = "java:comp/env/KARatesEJB"/>

<property key="CustomerBaseHome" value= "CustomerBaseEJB.ejbHomeName,EJB" />

<property key="CustomerBaseHome.ejbHomePath" value= "java:comp/env/CustomerBaseEJB" />

<property key="IssueHandlingHome" value = "IssueHandlingEJB.ejbHomeName,EJB"/>

<property key="IssueHandlingHome.ejbHomePath" value= "java:comp/env/IssueHandlingEJB" />

<property key="CustomerHome" value = "CustomerEJB.ejbHomeName,EJB"/>

<property key="CustomerHome.ejbHomePath" value= "java:comp/env/CustomerEJB" />

<!-- End of all EJB entries -->


<!-- These are the entries that are related to meta data required by the ServiceLocator-->

<!-- for server deployments, the following lines are not required for an EJB lookup -->

<!-- <property key="nameService" value = "com.ibm.websphere.naming.WsnInitialContextFactory"/> -->

<!-- <property key="providerUrl" value = "iiop:///"/> -->

<!-- End of all meta data entries -->


<!-- Admin App UI config-->

<property key="ITDashboardDAO" value = "ITDashboardDAO,DAO"/>

<property key="AdminUIDAO" value = "AdminUIDAO,DAO"/>

</configuration>

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Stick with " java:comp/env/ManualHoldEJB" approach.
Check that all needed classes exist in the jar and review/validate your descriptor.
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