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I have created a simple java class and my server is glassfish server 4.0. I am getting Classnotfound exception on server start.
I am using java jdk1.7.0_60. My classpath is set to C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.7.0_60\bin and also my JAVA_HOME set to C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.7.0_60\bin.

Here is my java code


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How are you packaging the war file? Is the ProductCatalog class under the folder "java/kabita"?

Is your productCategories() method the method to call in the web service? If so add the @WebMethod annotation for it. For web methods, the operationName attribute should be present.

Similarly for @WebService annotation there is a serviceName attribute.

Let say I have a Hello web service:

 
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@K.Tsang,
Yes, my ProductCatalog class is under the folder"java/kabita". I am learning webservices, and this is my first webservice class:-). I change my code as per your suggestion but still have the same error.
 
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