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From David Nordahl <>
Subject Re: Exceptions in my deployed environment
Date Mon, 20 Aug 2012 17:53:46 GMT
I discovered my ide started leaving out the class files for some 
reason.. I think I've got that fixed.  But now starting up tomee I get 
the error:

SEVERE: Failed to initialize end point associated with ProtocolHandler 
["http-bio-8080"] Unrecognized Windows Sockets error: 10106: create

using netstat and other tools I don't see that port 10106 is in use and 
I'm not sure why it's trying to connect and open this port to begin with.

Also I was wondering with a web app with EJB's if it is needed to build 
an EAR file, or if you can put the entity classes in the classes folder 
of WEB-INF in the WAR file?

On 8/17/2012 3:55 PM, Romain Manni-Bucau wrote:
> Did you generate jpa meta classes?
> Le 17 août 2012 22:14, "David Nordahl"<>  a écrit :
>> I'm having trouble making TomEE happy on my deployed server and I'm not
>> sure what is different from my dev environment.  Basically I have my EJB
>> class files included in a jar in the lib folder of TomEE as well as in my
>> deployed WAR web app.
>> When EJBs are invoked, I get exceptions like:
>> ClassCastException: cannot convert class A to class A.
>> I also get exceptions about duplicate NamedQuery's.
>> So I assume duplicate instances of class files present and TomEE is not
>> able to sort this out for some reason.  So if I remove the EJB classes
>> contained in the /lib folder jar of my class files, I get:
>> WARNING: Meta class "**Customer_" for entity class
>> can not be registered with following
>> exception "**PrivilegedActionException: java.lang.**ClassNotFoundException:
>> Aug 17, 2012 12:39:26 PM null
>> Any advice regarding what I might be doing wrong ?  2-1 seems to equal 0
>> here :-)

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