Hello, i'm new!!!
I'm approacing for the first time with JBoss and EJB; currently i'm running JBOSS 6.0 final, EJB 3.0 ( i chose this when i created my project - i don't want to use EJB 3.1 for now ), Eclipse Helios. Everything should be configured, i hope.
That's what i have done till now:
Created a CalculatorBean and his interface CalculatorRemote under the package mycalcBean;
Created a CalculatorClient under the package mycalcClient;
both in the same EJB project MyProjectEJB3.0.
The client is a Java simple main that looks up for my bean and use a couple of his methods and runs as a Java application.
I have to set environment properties in my client and pass env to my context.lookup:
Hashtable<String, String> env = new Hashtable<String, String>();
InitialContext ctx = new InitialContext(env);
Object obj = ctx.lookup(CalculatorBean.class.getSimpleName() + "/remote"/*"CalculatorBean/remote"*/);
or i get the NOINITIALCONTEXT error.
Why i need to do this when a lot of tutorials don't? Moreover i would prefer to use @EJB to look for my bean.
I have read a lot of things that tell about the jndi.properties file. Well, that's my file under JBOSS_HOME\server\default\conf:
# DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING
I also tryed to put this file in the path where i have my client and in the CLASSPATH of my JDK.
Nothing worked. Why my client can't read this default conf file?
One last question:
if i change position to my client, putting it into a different project ( for example: MyProjectEJB3.0Client ) the compiler doesn't see the import project.mycalcBean.*
How to do that?
thank you for your understanding and help!!!