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From Thamizh <>
Subject Re: Axis2 Codegen Wizard
Date Sun, 15 Mar 2009 06:40:59 GMT

Ensure that you have added all the necessary Axis library jar files and supporting jar files
to compile your Java source code in Java Build Path. If so this would not show this ClassNotFound

Also check while adding the class folder name Have you added the project's bin directory.
Hope this would resolve your problem.

If none of the suggestion were resolving your problem then use command line utility Java2WSDL
to generate Java2WSDL.


  Thamizhannal P

--- On Sun, 15/3/09, Michael <> wrote:

From: Michael <>
Subject: Re: Axis2 Codegen Wizard
Date: Sunday, 15 March, 2009, 8:55 AM

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First, thank you for your reply.
I most certainly can supply the source.
Do you need just the class that I am try to generate the 
WSDL for, supporting classes or the entire project?
Let me know and I'll get it to you right 

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  Sent: Saturday, March 14, 2009 9:59 
  Subject: RE: Axis2 Codegen Wizard

can you Include the java class contents so we can 
  test it here?

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  Date: Sat, 14 Mar 2009 18:06:21 -0400
Subject: Axis2 Codegen Wizard


  I am having a problem generating a WSDL file from 
  my Java code.
  The Java source/classpath selection page of the 
  Axis2 Codegen Wizard appears to have several bugs.
  1) when I enter the fully qualified class name an 
  error message stating that the class name is not properly terminated is 
  displayed; even after I finish entering the fully quilified name the error 
  message remains displayed
  2) after adding the folder containing the class 
  files and clicking the Test Class Loading button I get an error message that 
  says a java.lang.ClassNotFoundException was thrown
  Is there a fix for this?
  I have added the stax-api-1.0.1.jar and 
  backport-util-concurrent-3.1.jar file to the Axis2 Codegen Wizard \lib folder 
  in Eclipse\plugins.  This did not solve the problem for me.
  This fix was for a target invocation exception, 
  if I recall.  Is this all related to the same problem or are there two 
  different problems here?
  Any workarounds until this gets fixed?  Is 
  using Maven2 an alternative?
  Any help would be greatly 
  BTW: I'm using Eclipse Ganymede(v3.4.1), Axis2 
  v1.4.1 and Axis2 Codegen Wizard v1.3.0

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