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Problem deploying a simple session bean in WSAD5.0

 
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I'm a beginner in this area. I was just trying to implement a simple stateless session bean in WSAD5.0.
When I try to deploy my bean, it gives me errors which I have pasted below
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error: Invalid class file format in c:\TestWS\VidyaEjbProject\ejbModule\com\vidya\ejb\EJSRemoteStatelessSimpleSessionBean_3dc41ad8.class. The major.minor version '48.0' is too recent for this tool to understand.
error: Class com.vidya.ejb.EJSRemoteStatelessSimpleSessionBean_3dc41ad8 not found.
error: Invalid class file format in C:\Documents and Settings\VidyaRam\My Documents\TestWS\VidyaEjbProject\ejbModule\com\vidya\ejb\EJSRemoteStatelessSimpleSessionBeanHome_3dc41ad8.class. The major.minor version '48.0' is too recent for this tool to understand.
error: Class com.vidya.ejb.EJSRemoteStatelessSimpleSessionBeanHome_3dc41ad8 not found.
4 errors
RMIC Command returns RC = 1. The problems which stopped RMIC are displayed, and have also been recorded in the log file.
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Can anybody help me in solving this issue?
TIA,
Vidya.
 
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Did you fix this error?
 
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