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EJB module can't find database driver

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Hi,
in my j2ee application I included jt400.jar as external jar to my build path but when I try to connect from an ejb code I got a class not found exception com.ibm.as400.access.AS400JDBCDriver
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Your execution path also needs the jar.
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Agree with mrcoffee365. Check your classpath at runtime, does it include jt400.jar ?
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