You can find jboss client jar of Jboss-6-1.0.Final from directory: jboss-6.1.0.Final\client You should add jbossall-client.jar in your client application classpath, in its MANIFEST.MF points to all required jars, you need to place following jars together: jbossall-client.jar jboss-annotations-api_1.1_spec.jar jboss-aop-client.jar jboss-appclient.jar jboss-aspect-jdk50-client.jar jboss-classpool.jar jboss-classpool-jbosscl.jar jboss-classpool-scoped.jar jboss-client.jar jboss-common-core.jar jboss-connector-api_1.5_spec.jar jboss-deployers-client.jar jboss-deployers-client-spi.jar jboss-deployers-core.jar jboss-deployers-core-spi.jar jboss-deployers-vfs.jar jboss-deployers-vfs-spi.jar jboss-deployment.jar jboss-ejb3-async-impl.jar jboss-ejb3-async-spi.jar… Read More

How easy to make such presentation or tutorial applications for Android phone without any code? You may interesting to have a look to an Android Application maker: App Inventor of Google Labs. Of course, App Inventor may can do more than just simple application for you, so let’s check it out! Via the official website,… Read More

Working with Weblogic 8.1, it’s fine just to put jar of weblogic-8.1.jar into your classpath, your client application will find weblogic server easily but with Weblogic 9+ (in my case, Weblogic 10.3), it’s not the case if you don’t know. You may get similar errors as: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: weblogic/utils/NestedException or java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: weblogic/descriptor/DescriptorBean or java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: weblogic/utils/classloaders/GenericClassLoader So… Read More