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    Peter is offline Senior Member
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    Default NoInitialContextException

    I'm currently learning EJB using J2EE 1.4.
    I had made a small application, to calculate money conversion.
    I already deploy all the home interface, remote interface, the EJB class and I also returning the client jar upon deployment.
    But when I try to access the EJB through a client's application, I'm always getting the NoInitialContextException, need to specify class name.....
    Is there anyone know how to make this working??

    Thanks

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    Jack is offline Senior Member
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    Check your AppServer. Probably you might not have specified the JNDIName while deploying.
    ;)

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    Heather is offline Senior Member
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    When creating an InitialContext, the correct JNDI properties applying to the server you're using need to be set, either hardcoded or in a jndi.properties file (in the classpath).

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