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org.apache.axis cannot be resolved to a type (Eclipse Helios)  RSS feed

 
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Hello,

I've just taken over an eclipse project. It's a webservice. This is the first web service project i've looked at, also i've never worked with eclipse, so i might have missed something basic.

There's a lot of "cannot be resolved to a type" errors, org.apache.axis is one of them.

- I added all the jar files that came with the project to build path libraries. Including all the axis2 jar files.
- The jar files is now located under project -> Referenced Libraries.
- Under preferences -> Web Services -> Axis2 Preferences i've set the Axis2 runtime location. "Axis2 runtime loaded successfully".
- Added server Tomcat v7.0

I've searched the web for some time, but i'm stuck at the moment.

Am i missing anything?

 
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Try this short key Ctrl+Shift+O.
This will organize imports meaning only import packages used by class.
 
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Muhammad Saifuddin wrote:Try this short key Ctrl+Shift+O.
This will organize imports meaning only import packages used by class.



Thanks for the tip but no luck, "0 imports added"
 
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According to:
http://findjar.com/class/org/apache/axis/description/TypeDesc.html

This Class seems only to be in axis1.x

You state you have added the axis2 jars, so this tells me that the project is using axis1.x

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findjar.com is bookmarked! never seen that site

I'll try using axis1.

 
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It compiles, now to figure out how to run this project:)

Thank you!
 
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