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 Hallo,

  I am running simple EJB program in JBoss application server,
  but i am not deploying properly, it says deploy fail.
 So how can I deploy components manually in Jboss, and
  how can I set JNDI in client side.

  Please any one can help regarding this topic.

 Regards,
 Fyrose.



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