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Leonardo Carreira
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Hi Friends..

I want to ask you a little question..
How to solve the missing class of javax.xml.ws.WebServiceFeature
i've imported javax.xml.ws.* in Netbeans 6.5
but there's still any missing WebServiceFeature class..

where i could download thats class?..

Thanks in advance..
 
aravind kanganar
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hi Leonardo,

Make sure that you have included proper library that contains the class you're using.

That class comes from to JAX-WS API. Hope you have it downloaded.
(Otherwise google for it , it comes as a jar )

You should robably add it to the libraries that your program uses.

(Probably the lib folder in your web app).


Hope this solves your problem.

-aravind
 
Leonardo Carreira
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Thanks for your reply...
Yes, it just my doubt about why that class not bundled in jaxws that shipped with netbean 6.5..
whereas i've imported it through javax.xml.ws..
 
Ivan Krizsan
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Hi!
The class you are looking for is part of the Java SE version 6 - check your first post, there is a link to the API documentation.
An interesting fact is that I do not find the class in my downloaded version of the Java 6 API documentation, so I guess older versions do not have it.
Otherwise, if you want to find a JAR containing a class or an interface, I recommend JarFinder: http://www.jarfinder.com/
Best wishes!
 
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