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To be more detailed the method I try to access is one which writes in a database. I must say this because I found something strange: I have a class which writes into the database and using that class I created the webservice and after that the webclient. The strange thing is that when I try to call that method using the client I get a: Exception: com.mysql.jdbc.Driver which I don't get when I execute the previous class, only using web service & client. The MySQL jar is already in the path of the webserver so I don't know why is this happening . Could it be related to the error I first posted?
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The URL I posted for just an example - go to the home page of your Axis web app installation and follow the links.
Make sure the JDBC driver jar file is in the WEB-INF/lib directory of the web app that uses it, or in a directory that you're certain is used for jar files that should be in the classpath of the server. Restart the server afterwards.