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developing web services using netbeans (error on deploying application)

 
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I am developing a web service using netbeans and created a test client for it. Here my webservice is hosted locally as you can see the path is localhost:8080....




if I remove @WebServiceRef............ line of code then I am able to deploy the application. but it is required for me to have this code and getting below error on deployment.

deploy?path=C:\Documents and Settings\tanukumar.gulati\My Documents\NetBeansProjects\FirstClient\build\web&name=FirstClient&force=true failed on GlassFish v3 Domain
C:\Documents and Settings\tanukumar.gulati\My Documents\NetBeansProjects\FirstClient\nbproject\build-impl.xml:578: The module has not been deployed.


When i tried to create another webservice client i was able to deploy and run the webservice (below one)


Is it some thing to do with the webservice locally hosted ? can any body suggest me some thing.

I am using http://netbeans.org/kb/61/websvc/client.html as a starting point to create webservices client in netbeans.
 
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Hi!
Have you noticed that the @WebServiceRef annotation is used to annotate an instance field, not a class?
Like this:

Best wishes!
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