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From "Spies, Brennan" <Brennan.Sp...@ejgallo.com>
Subject RE: axis2 on Websphere
Date Wed, 28 Feb 2007 23:10:26 GMT
Larry,

 

You *probably* have a classloader issue. If you look at the MBean (here for
the embedded version of WAS 5 in RAD, you'll have to find the correct MBean
for WAS 6...)

 

WebSphere:name=UTC.war,process=server1,Application=IBMUTC,platform=common,

 
node=localhost,J2EEName=IBMUTC#UTC.war,Server=server1,version=5.0,type=WebMod
ule,

 
mbeanIdentifier=cells/localhost/applications/IBMUTC.ear/deployments/IBMUTC/de
ployment.xml#WebModuleDeployment_1,

            cell=localhost

 

getClassLoaderInfo(java.lang.String)         

 

level: (int)           

atDepthOnly: (boolean)    

showClasses: true          

showCodeSource: true    

showDelegation: true       

showHierarchy: true        

showModules: (boolean)              

showDepth: true

 

This operation will return an XML with your classloader tree, showing which
classes were loaded and from what source.

 

Brennan

 

-----Original Message-----
From: Xu, Larry [mailto:larryxu@qualcomm.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2007 2:57 PM
To: axis-user@ws.apache.org
Subject: axis2 on Websphere

 

Hi guys, I have a Axis2 webservice deployed on a Websphere App Server 6, and
my client web app is deployed on Websphere App Server 5, whenever I try to
invoke in the webservice in my web app client, it gives me ClassDefNotFound
exception for various class which ARE included in the axis jars that I put in
my web app's web-inf/lib directory. When I do a Class.forName() for that
class I can find it, yet during runtime it still gives me the
ClassDefNotFound exception. Is there some incompatibility issues with WAS 5
and axis2 jars?

 

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

 

Larry Xu

 


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