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JAX-WS Client for 1.4.2  RSS feed

 
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I have a JAX- web service generated using JDK 6. I need to generate a client for it which could run on 1.4.2 environment. Is this possible?
I keep getting "UnsupportedClassVersionError" when I try to run wsimport on the client as shown below:

$ $JAXWS_HOME/bin/wsimport.sh -verbose -B-XautoNameResolution -s . http://127.0.0.1:8080/ReqQuery/query?wsdl
java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError: com/sun/tools/ws/WsImport (Unsupported major.minor version 49.0)

Is there anything I need to take care of?
 
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JAX-WS requires Java 5. You need to create the client code some other way. Or upgrade to Java 6; Java 1.4 had been obsolete for years.
 
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Thanks, I thought so but wanted to make sure. Unfortunately the client is for another company's
system having Java 1.4.2 , which I dont have a control on. Can you give some ideas on other ways to generate only the client, if I have the webservice
generated using JAX-WS and Java 6?
 
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The download of the SAAJ API for Java 1.4 would be one option if you feel like writing the code yourself.

Or use Axis or Axis2 for creating the code; older versions-if not the current one- should be compatible with Java 1.4.
 
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