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Piet Puk
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Hi,
I have a piece of Java code that I'm trying to use/compile. It is a SOAP client generated by Oracle Java server (OC4J).

It contains an import statement org.apache.soap.* which cannot be resolved. I have tried to find a jar I could use on Apache site but gave up on the idea. There are too many libraries and it is not clear what is in them if you don't download and extract the contents.

What I ended up doing it to add all libraries in the OC4J webservices directory. That works but that way I problably have created more dependencies than I need. There are 32 libraries in that directory I'm sure I don't need them all for a simple SOAP client.

What is the proper way to find what you need in the Java world?

Thanks,
Piet

 
Ivan Krizsan
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Hi!
In your case, it sounds like JARfinder would be most suitable: http://www.jarfinder.com/
With it you can search for a JAR file in which a specific class is included.
Best wishes!
 
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