I would be frustrated too if I was using windows 2000.
I am alos having trouble with the integrated tomcat / jboss package, trying to get my servlets talking to my beans, even though my stand-alone client is fine and happy with this.
It seems almost as if it's not talking to the right JNDI server ? Does tomcat run it's own JNDI namespace ? Or should they be sharing the same space ?
My client does the trick, my servlet complains that "ejb is not bound".
Is there an "interest.war" example code ? I have haerd metnion of it, but I cannot find it in the on-line documentation ?
This tutorial is quite good for a full example including ejb-tier, client-tier and even a web-tier. Unfortunately the download links don't work so you've a bit of typing to do. But it was worth it for me. http://www.kevinboone.com/webapptut.pdf
p.s. I followed it using win2k with jboss 2.4.1