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Error in Axis2

 
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I am trying to replicate a project we are running with different user interfaces.....

Not sure what the problem is, but getting the following error when I try to run it.

org.apache.axis2.deployment.DeploymentException: A ClassNotFoundException error occurred in loading the message receiver org.apache.axis2.rpc.receivers.RPCInOnlyMessageReceiver

Not sure what you would need to help in diagnosing this.

I could not find the missing class in the maven libraries.


Any help on trying to diagnose this would help....
 
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When you say "replicate a project", do you mean that you MUST use Axis2?

Last year I convinced our project owner to kick Axis2 to the curb and rewrite a legacy service using JAX-WS instead. I did the rewrite and never looked back. Axis2 is an absolute maintenance nightmare.
 
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For now, I would like to keep Axis2 since we have other project using it.

Do you know what I am missing which would cause the error
 
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I am new to this web service stuff.

We use a third party supplied web service, which we are a client to.

Can I use jax-ws to call these web services?  Or does the web service need to be written differently to use jax-ws.
 
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