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Errors to deploy aar in Weblogic81

 
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Hi all,
I could manage to deploy the axis2 web application on WebLogic 81 server, with jrockit81sp5 but I could not get the services to work .I am getting the following error for version service when deployed as version.aar
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33aeb2fa DeploymentEng I org.apache.axis2.deployment.DeploymentEngine Invalid service version.aar due to java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: javax.xml.namespace.QName: method <init>(Ljava/lang/String;Ljava/lang/String;Ljava/lang/String V not found
at org.apache.ws.java2wsdl.utils.TypeTable.populateSimpleTypes(TypeTable.java:38)
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somebody can help me with the error?
Thanks in advance
Esther
 
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Not sure that it can help you but one thing you should check (given that you have copied your .aar file to the service directory of axis2.war file):
- You should place axis2-saaj-1.1.1.jar (found in axis's lib directory) in WebLogic's classpath.
 
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Thanks!!
It is the solution!
Now I try to deploy my own services (.aar)....

Esther
 
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