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Axis deployment of .jws files

 
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When I put a .jws file in the axis dir and make a request for it, Axis autocompiles the class and puts it in the axis/WEB-INF/jwsClasses/<package>/ directory.
That is, when compiling, Axis creates the proper directory structure according to package names, in the jwsClasses dir.
However, when I request the service from a client, I get the error message:
"java.io.FileNotFoundException: C:\jboss-3.0.2\server\default\deploy\axis.war\WEB-INF\jwsClasses\MyWebService.class (The system cannot find the file specified.)"
That is, Axis seems to look for the class file in the root of the jwsClasses dir!
Does anyone know any way to correct this behavior?
 
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"johnnyzee",
Could you please change your display name to comply with JavaRanch's naming policy? (It's our only rule.) You can make the change quickly right here. Thanks, welcome to JavaRanch and hope you'll be stopping in often.

Pauline
 
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