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Hi all,
I have developed a javaclass in a maven project, but when i tried to create a web service of that using Axis2, its not accepting the project type. It has only Dynamic webproject type support and not the maven project type. So how to do that?

One more thing, i tried reverse case also. I created a normal dynamic web project and a class in that. After that i created web service from that and then when i add maven dependency to that, the whole src package got shifted.. So i was not able to run the class and it shows unable to find main in that.. So if anybody created a maven project and used axis2 to generate client from that, please help..

Thanks..
 
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