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ClassNotFoundException: oracle.j2ee.naming.ApplicationClientInitialContextFactory

I get the following error when trying to connect via JNDI to an ORACLE application server JMS queue:

Action.c(41): Error: Failed to set property name JMSType value TextMessage due to the following exception : javax.naming.NoInitialContextException: Cannot instantiate class: oracle.j2ee.naming.ApplicationClientInitialContextFactory [Root exception is java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: oracle.j2ee.naming.ApplicationClientInitialContextFactory]

The VUGen script is of type Webservices. In the preferences, I've set the script to use the external VM, pointed at %JAVA_HOME%. In the system environment variables, I've prepended the locations of the require jars to the CLASSPATH variable. Then, I've set the classpath option in VUGen to use %CLASSPATH%.

However, I still see this error - what can I do please?
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