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Axis No Serializer Found error...

 
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I am trying to invoke a webservice passing in a custom java bean object, which I have "beanmapped" in the deploy.wsdd but I keep getting the No serializer found for class ... in registry org.apache.axis.encoding.TypeMappingDelegate@e70e30 axis fault.

Java code snippet:



The deploy.wsdd:

 
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Does it mention the correct class name in the exception, i.e. what is the full error message?

Is the class in the classpath on both sides?
 
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Sorry, I just cut it off to shorten it. It does mention the correct class name. Here is the full error message:



The webservice is just local and I have the class in a jar in the axis lib folder as well.
[ June 08, 2006: Message edited by: Finn MacCool ]
 
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