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Sree kanth
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Hi all
I created a webservice which i could successfully deploy. but when i tried to compile my client it is showing an error as follows.
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HoroscopeClient.java:14: cannot access staticstub.HoroscopeInterface
bad class file: .\build\staticstub\HoroscopeInterface.class
class file has wrong version 49.0, should be 48.0
Please remove or make sure it appears in the correct subdirectory of the classpath.
HoroscopeInterface hface=(HoroscopeInterface)stub;
1 error
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following are the pakages involved in my webservice

I have a directory named HoroscopeWS which contatins the following

1. config.xml
2. HoroscopeImplementation.java
3. HoroscopeInterface.java
4. HoroscopeWebServiceWar.war
5. build (A directory)

build directory contains the following

1. HoroscopeWebService.wsdl
2. mapping.xml
3. horoscope(A package)

horoscope contains the following

1. HoroscopeImplementation.class
2. HoroscopeInterface.class
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Following are the packages involved in the client application

I have a directory named static-stub which contatins the following

1. build(A directory)
2. config-wsdl.xml
3. HoroscopeClient.java

Build contains

1. staticstub (A package)

staticstub contains
1. HoroscopeInterface.class
2. HoroscopeInterface_getSunSignTrait_RequestStruct.class
3. HoroscopeInterface_getSunSignTrait_RequestStruct_SOAPSerializer.class
4. HoroscopeInterface_getSunSignTrait_ResponseStruct.class
5. HoroscopeInterface_getSunSignTrait_ResponseStruct_SOAPBuilder.class
6. HoroscopeInterface_getSunSignTrait_ResponseStruct_SOAPSerializer.class
7. HoroscopeInterface_Stub.class
8. HoroscopeWebService.class
9. HoroscopeWebService_Impl.class
10. HoroscopeWebService_SerializerRegistry.class

What might be the reason for the error

Thanks in advance
Rgds
Sree
 
Ulf Dittmer
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Did you use Java 5 to compile that class, and are now using Java 1.4 to run it? I think class file version 49 is the one used by Java 5, while 48 is the one Java 1.4 uses.
 
Sree kanth
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No. i am using java 1.4 only for everything
Rgds
Sree
 
Reid M. Pinchback
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Then maybe you used compiler options for different language versions (i.e. same javac, but emitted code for 1.3 and 1.4, or 1.4 and 1.5). That message always means the class files aren't for a language version the JVM was expecting to see.
 
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