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I am able to create directories and log files and write to them so I must have some permissions established. I can instantiate this class directly with no problem so the class can be found. Then type Setenv command. As I said running the jars as an application works fine. Nuno Furtado Nuno Furtado 3, 6 6 gold badges 32 32 silver badges 53 53 bronze badges. Karthik Pon Karthik Pon 2 2 silver badges 10 10 bronze badges.

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weblogic.jndi.wlinitialcontextfactory jar file

I am a man of mystery. The code runs fine up to the point of creating an InitialContext where it fails with a ClassNotFoundException on weblogic. We would like to run the application as an applet passing data to the browser for display. Mostly because of this tiny ad:.

Ali Shiravand Ali Shiravand 11 1 1 bronze badge. Mostly because of this tiny ad: As I said running the jars as an application works fine. Active 3 years, 1 month ago.


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weblogic.jndi.wlinitialcontextfactory jar file

What am I missing? So I relocated the initiation of the connection logic to the Applet’s init method and it connected without a problem. I guess this is some kind of missing library on the classpath. Check the following tag in your build. It may contain in the following path E: That may be it.

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I tried to duplicate the instantiation of an InitialContext in a test class and it worked fine. Our application comes in two jar files; one for our in-house classes and a separate jar for 3rd-party classes – like Weblogic. Can anyone tell me which jar-file is missing?

Then it dawned on me that the Weblogic classes needed to be signed. Weblogic – cannot instantiate weblogic. Sign up or log in Sign up using Weblogic.jndi.wlinitialconntextfactory.


How do we handle problem users? AllPermission; so I figured I could do just about anything. Where is class weblogic. I can’t find the class weblogic.

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I only signed our in-house jar because several of the 3rd-party classes were already signed. I am getting the following error: Yang Yang 33 4 4 bronze badges. Unable to load lookAnd feel Jar for my java application. You need to use wlfulclient. Your app will run because by rights it has any permission it needs – unlike your applet.

Karthik Pon Karthik Pon 2 2 silver badges 10 10 bronze badges. With the InitialContext creation it only does the first two and then gives up not bothering with the jars.