One of the solution is to add the server/default/deploy/ejb-management.jar into the build.xml. As the JNDI lookup operation returns a valid object, it needs certain classes and description files to load the proxy.
Any better solution or comments are welcome.
Did you get MEJB to work? May I benefit from your experience?
What I'm trying to do is similar to what you did except
that I need to display in jsp pages. So I tried to put
a java block in a jsp page like below:
InitialContext ic = new InitialContext();
Object ref = ic.lookup( "ejb/mgmt/MEJB" );
ManagementHome home = (ManagementHome)PortableRemoteObject.narrow( ref, ManagementHome.class );
Management mejb = home.create();
but when accessing the jsp page, it complains about
a bunch of ClassNotFoundException. How are running
the example? Which 'Administration & Development Manual' you used?