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    Loadrunner Ejb Protocol

    I am doing a scripting for EJB protocol and I am using VGgen 8.1. My Ejb was deployed in Websphere 5.1. So my application server uses IBM jdk 1.3, because by default websphere 5.1 uses IBM JDK. My VUGEN installed in my pc and I have SUN JDK 1.4 installed. I am able to record the script and I wrote my java code, but I am ending up with CORBA Java Exceptions. Can any one please suggest me or do I need install IBM jdk also in my VUGEN or any other suggestions please.
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    Re: Loadrunner Ejb Protocol

    Having very similar problem. Did you ever find solution?

 

 

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