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You need to include the jnp client jar in your classpath.
You find it in JBOSS_HOME/client directory.
It already is in the classpath. I wasn't sure whether JBoss needs it or Eclipse. So I put it in the classpatha and restarted both, but to no avail.
I think I have JNDI Explorer working a little better. I included all the JARs in the eclipse\client directory - via the JNDI Explorer preferences.
Now I can view the JNDI repository. When clicking on some objects, I get some kind of security error. But at least its partially working.