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Deploy EJB from VisualCafe to Weblogic 5.1

Deploy EJB from VisualCafe to Weblogic 5.1

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Anyway using VisualCafe 4.1 with Weblogic 5.1 (sp7) as supplied with Visual Cafe.
All I'm trying to do is prove that a EJB developed in VC can be deployed automatically in WL 5.1 using VC's "deploy" option

So I create a new EJB & add a single method "getName", build the app & select deploy. The help pages claim this option copies it to the EJB container, registers it & all the other convoluted stuff...

So in the messages window I get these really useful & meaninful error messages -

////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
Internal VM (15:53:38): java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:   weblogic/ejbc

Internal VM (15:53:38): Exception in thread "main"

Internal VM (12:37:48): WebGain Java! JustInTime Compiler   Version 4.00.007(x) for JDK 1.2
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

but I still end up with a .JAR file?????????? - albeit with a underscore as the first in its name
(what the heck does this mean?)
Why doesn't this work? - any ideas? - this really is doing my head in!

Thanks in advance.

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