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Dear all,
it is easy to create simple web service but it is hard to call it specially as dynamic proxy which needs extra efforts with App Server.
i deploy my app in OC4J and webSphere but i hope to see my app work and see it via NetBeans to invest the features of NetBeans IDE i try to put the path of each OC4j 10.1.3 or WebSphere 6.1.0 it refused with these 2 messages:
1)Please enter a valid IBM WebSphere Application Server V6.0 installation
2)Provide a valid Oracle J2EE Home location.
Any Help please
 
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