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Java Client for Amazon Web Service

 
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I am trying to use the Java Client for accessing the Amazon Web Service.

It gives me an error which i guess is cos of some problem at the server side.

If any of you have tried this earlier please help me debug this -

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i download the kit from http://www.amazon.com/gp/browse.html/104-3360383-3066366?node=3435361

i download this wsdl file you specified from http://soap.amazon.com/schemas3/AmazonWebServices.wsdl

- place it in the directory named JavaCodeSamples.

- run the axis.client.bat file

- it generates a set of classes with top directory as com

- i set the classpath and compile it.

- it gives me a bunch of errors and these being the wrong method names which i debug

- compilation is successful

- i run the client using java run

- select SOAP Query

- ASIN search

- enter the token i get in the "dev-tag"

- enter a ISBN number

- enter webservices-20 for "tag"

I get this message

Experienced RemoteException

(404) Not Found.

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