3rd try, maybe this is the right forum.
i developed and used ejb's for a while now.
took them out of a book , cant remember the name, and readjusted them to fit my needs.
deploytool= j2eesdk deploytool
one .ear file, containing one war-ic.war and one ejb-jar-ic.jar
all went well up to jboss3.0.4.
now a coworker updated the server to 3.2rc3.
all of a sudden my .ear file dont work anymore.
the webcontext is not recognized , should be /time, all i got was /war-ic.war . HUH?
second, now the real trouble begins,
i try to repack the .ear , changing war-ic.war to time.war.
literally tons and tons ( taking my breath away) of warnings about :"exceptions in the bean that are not properly mentioned in the remote and home interfaces".
the standard "findbyprimarykey " in timeBeanHome is coded with "throws RemoteException".
the method in the bean is coded with "throws FinderException"
i get a warning that "the exceptions used in the remote interface must match the exception in the bean " .this is not literally but the meaning of the warning ,as far as i can understand it.
i tried some variations, like coding in the home interface with "throws FinderException,RemoteException"....
same effect, ear not deployed.
ok, so please :
where can i get a clear precise ( for the mentally handicapped like me) specification, or rather a working example, how a method "find something in a database" can be coded in a bean, and declared in a home or remote interface, so jboss3.2x accepts it?
Saying it works won't get you any answers.
Post the code snippets.
If you get an exception, post the full stacktrace.
You probably have a typo like
findbyprimarykey should be findByPrimaryKey