Ivan Krizsan wrote:Hi!
JARFinder helps you find the JAR in which the missing class is located:
Ulf Dittmer wrote:Adding random jar files to your Axis installation is decidedly not the way to go. The javax.xml.rpc package is used only in Axis 1, and the jaxrpc.jar file that contains it comes with Axis. So there's nothing else to download or install - just make sure all jar files that come with Axis are in the classpath.
Ulf Dittmer wrote:You should use all the files that come with Axis, no more, no less. Check the Axis distribution for which those are. If I remember correctly, Axis 1 didn't have all that many (less than 10). Axis 2 has a lot more.
Ulf Dittmer wrote:Just goes to show that developing in an IDE is not always to best way to do things. I generally insist on projects having a build and deploy option that does not depend on IDEs (and instead use an Ant build or something similar). That makes it easier to discover and fix such dependency issues.