1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 6, 2003 6:01 PM by Mathew Blackberry

    Accessing bean problem

    satya b Newbie

      Hi,

      i am new to jBoss 3.2.

      i did jar file using jar -cvf temp.jar .

      jar file is having home,remote,bean class,Meta-inf\ejb-jar.xml,\Jboss.xml files

      dependent classes i placed in the jboss\all\Web-inf\classes directory


      i deployed the jar file in the jboss\all\deploy directory

      if i put home,remote,bean classes in Web-inf\classes directory jar file is not deployed
      "it was saying give fully qualified <ejb-name> "


      if i deleted home,remote,bean classes from Web-inf\classes directory ,jar file deployed.

      when i am trying to accesses it is saying NoClassDefFound Error.

      where shall i put these classes home,remote,bean classes?

      shall i need to set the classpath for these classes.



      Please help me.


      regards,

      terry.

        • 1. Re: Accessing bean problem
          Mathew Blackberry Newbie

          home/remote classes should not be in your WEB-INF/classes directory. All that needs to go in your WEB-INF dir should be ejb-jar.xml and jboss.xml.

          your ejb classes should be in their package dirctory eg.

          +com(dir)
          >>+---yourdomain(dir)
          >>>>+-----classaremote.class
          >>>>+-----classbremote.class
          >>>>+-----etc.....
          +WEB-INF(dir)
          >>+---ejb-jar.xml
          >>+---jboss.xml

          once you have jar'ed these files into appname.jar
          add appname.jar into another jar and rename to appname.ear.

          deploy this ear file.

          Mat