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Hi,

I have written a simple CXF2 web service application based on CXF2 and spring 3, glassfish3.1 using maven 2.
However I encountered the following error during the deployment process:



My beans.xml file is shown as below:



pom.xml file:



web.xml file:



You suggestion is very appreciated.
Sam
 
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Hello

After put in more CXF dependencies in the pom.xml file, I am able to pass it and failed with the following error:



I've looked at the following Glassfish path:

C:\Users\sam\.netbeans\7.0rc2\config\GF3\domain1

the wsdl\ folder is not there.

What should I configure my project (eg. web.xml or pom.xml ) so that I can also deploy wsdl\OrderProcess.wsdl to glassfish server?


Thanks a lot
Sam
 
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