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From mich <m...@michelrenard.be>
Subject user-unsubscribe@geronimo.apache.org
Date Mon, 07 May 2007 19:26:53 GMT
gregk a écrit :
>> Greg, please try to verify the paths to openejb jars and parameter
>> JNDI_CLASS in geronimo.env file.
>>
>>     
>
> Hi Nellya,
>
> Thanks for the suggestions. Yes, I did make the edits specified in the
> paper, including the "allowHosts" change. JNDI_CLASS also seems correct. 
>
> I did find that adding:
>
> ${J2EE_HOME}/repository/openejb/open-ejb-core/2.1/openejb-core-2.1.jar
>
> to the CLASSPATH in geronimo.env does eliminate this error. But then I hit
> another error that requires me to *also* add:
>
> ${J2EE_HOME}/repository/geronimo/geronimo-kernel/1.1/geronimo-kernel-1.1.jar
>
> to the CLASSPATH ... which then leads to yet another "NoClassDefFoundError"
> that will require again locating and specifying yet another jar file in the
> CLASSPATH.
>
> At this point I am suspecting/hoping that there is a more fundamental
> modification required that will allow the driver to find all of these
> supporting classes without my having to specify on the CLASSPATH line in
> geronimo.env every one of the numerous jar files included in the Geronimo
> package. I suspect there is a missing configuration step that is probably
> obvious to developers, but perhaps not to relatively new users. Any ideas?
>
> Thanks again,
> Greg
>   


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