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M sallu
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Joined: Dec 13, 2009
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I am trying to create web services client based on the tutorial at this link

But unlike in step 5, the class is not found. Someone please help where am I going wrong.

I have tried creating web services project and java application project and web service client in the file type.
Ivan Krizsan
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The article tells you to create a Java Application project. When you do that, NetBeans will create a Main class that only contains one static main method:

If it isn't created for you, then feel free to copy the above!
Best wishes!
I agree. Here's the link:
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