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SAAJ Classloader exception

 
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Hey all,

I'm trying to use the SOAP libraries in SAAJ. I have a working example running on Eclipse 3.2/WTP in Java 1.4 so I know it works.

However, I'm currently developing in WSADIE 5.1 with Java 1.4. Most of the calls work fine. However, whenever I call getSOAPBody on a SOAPMessage object, I get the following exception trace:


I am manually setting system properties for the SAAJ classes as follows:


I have used the reflection libraries to try to invoke the method (because yes, it shows up under reflection) and get an Invocation exception stating that the SOAPPart class does not implement the org.w3c.xml.Node class (not sure thats the right package but you get the idea).

I've tried reinstalling the Sun Web Services Developer pack version 1.3 to no avail.

Does anyone have any ideas about what I could do to figure this one out?
 
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