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The EJB you have created was most likely compiled using Eclipse and not RAD. What this means is that the RMI stubs for the remote or local interfaces etc have not been created and not referenced in the classpath of your project. Note: Not using IBM Rational Application Developer (RAD) makes this hard.
One solution is you could export the EAR and run the WAS ejbdeply tool which will build another EAR file with the stubs, then you can copy this stubs into your project.
Using RAD offers this to be dynamic as part of the IBM RAD tooling wizards.
Steve Robinson has been working in IT for over 20 years and has provided solutions for many large-enterprise corporate companies across the world. Steve specialises in Java and Middleware.
In January 2013, I was awarded the prestigous 'IBM Champion' accolade.
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