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Mike London
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I'm trying to run the WSDL2Java code that is supposed to be in: "org.apache.axis.wsdl.WSDL2Java".

I'm a bit confused since I have Axis 1.3 and don't seem to have any of these directories. My CLASSPATH includes the following folders:

AXIS_HOME=C:\axis
AXIS_LIB = C:\axis\lib

Sof if the WSDL2Java is in a JAR file, I'm not sure why I'm not finding it.

When I try to run the WSDL2java command, I get ClassNotFound Errors.

What am I missing?

Thanks much to all.

-- Mike
 
William Brogden
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CLASSPATH has to specifically name the jar file, see the tooldocs for javac in your Java installation - should be in /docs/tooldocs/javac.html
see also ../docs/tooldocs/windows/classpath.html
You should get familiar with all of the good things in the tooldocs.
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Mike London
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Thanks Bill. I remember that now. I'm used to working in Eclipse so, fortunately, most of the time, this detail is abstracted once I import the JAR. <s>

-- Mike
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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