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Bean2WebService tool in wsdk 5.1

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Hi All,

Weh I try to run the Bean2WebService tool given in IBM's wsdk 5.1, I get the error cannot find the class in the class path. I'm sure I gave all the correct information. Here is what I've given as arguments to the tool

My Java file is located in

WSAPPDEV51/WebServices/Sample/Java Source/com/sample/

Where WSAPPDEV51 is the home directory of wsad workspace

Now in the Bean2WebService utility I specified

Bean2WebService -cp WSAPPDEV51/WebServices/Sample/Web Content/WEB-INF/classes/com/sample -project SampleWebService com.sample.TestSample

When doing this it throws me an error complaining about the class not found in the class path.

Could anyone please suggest what I'm doing wrong?

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