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From "Ajith Ranabahu" <>
Subject Re: Axis2 Service Archiver issue
Date Wed, 04 Jun 2008 13:47:44 GMT
You seem to be doing the right thing and I'm not sure what could be
wrong ! However there is another option to generated the aar. Use the
build file generated from codegen and run the jar.server target


On Wed, Jun 4, 2008 at 9:36 AM, Kmany <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Got a wsdl file and generated the Java classes for it using wsdl2java. Then
> looked up the mywebserviceService Skeleton file and implemented my business
> logic in it. And now I want to build the .aar file so I can deploy the
> mywebservice.
> I'm trying to build the the Service Archive using the Eclipse Axis2 Service
> Archiver wizard, but cannot get it to work.
> I point the Class File Location setting to the directory that contains the
> directory structure com/ws/mywebservice. The mywebservice directory contains
> my compiled Java classes that wsdl2java created (including my added business
> logic), so for example mywebserviceServiceSkeleton.class.
> On the second screen of the wizard, I skip the WDSL
> I do not add any additional jars
> I check the checkbox to generate the service.xml automatically
> and then I get to the part where I'm getting stuck...
> I have to specify a Service Name and Class name. So, I try all kind of
> things here, but the wizard keeps telling me: "error : Class
> As you can see, as classname, I put in the full path + the name of the
> skeleton class (in which my business logic is also implemented). I tried all
> kind of different options, but nothing seems to work. As Service Name I use
> the name of the service from the wsdl file i started with, which is
> "mywebservice" in various combinations: "mywebservice" and
> "mywebserviceService" for example.
> Not, nothing seems to work.
> Where am I going wrong?
> Tnx in advance,
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Ajith Ranabahu

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