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From Arion Yu <ario...@stt.com.hk>
Subject Re: Tomcat, JNDI and EJB's
Date Wed, 26 Jul 2000 04:17:59 GMT
Hi!

If you are using Java2, version 1.3, you should already have JNDI classes. You
can download JNDI separately in
http://java.sun.com/products/jndi/index.html#download

Arion

David Patton wrote:

> I am using Tomcat to handle servlets and JSP requests and have it mapped
> into Weblogic to handle EJB requests.  I am using JNDI to access my EJB's on
> Weblogic.  That is the theory at least.  In reality, when I access my
> servlet, it bombs out saying that it can't find the necessary JNDI classes
> in my classpath.  When I add the J2EE.jar file into my classpath for tomcat,
> it blows up.  Anyone have experience passing requests for EJB's from Tomcat?
>
> Dave Patton
>
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