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Web services Deployable Proxy Project


Ive got a wsdl file generated out of a web service i created.

Now Im trying toconsume the same.

As mentioned at

I need to create a Deployable Proxy project.

When I imported the wsdl file (which I got by opening wsnavigator and saving as a wsdl file) into NWDS, I get some errors in the interfaces generated.

javax.xml.rpc cannot be resolved or is not a valid superinterface
javax.xml.rpc cannot be resolved (or is not an exception type) for the method getLogicalPort cannot be resolved (or is not a valid return type) for the method getLogicalPortConfiguration

Am I missing out on any JAR file here. Or have I not carried out the steps corretcly?


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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 08:31 AM

    Hi Prem,

    To create a deployable proxy project,

    Choose deployable proxy under web services and create a new deployable proxy project.

    1.After creating the project right click on the project and choose new> client proxy generation.

    2.Select the proxy name and packages, and choose a wsdl from local file system or give a web address. Netweaver Developer Studio then creates interfaces for reaching the web service over the server. Thus a proxy is created with one default port pointing to the web service we previously generated.

    3. Right clicking on the project, choosing development component > build, then deploying it the same way creates proxy on the server.

    For testing the web service proxy, create a web module DC, and call the proxy from a client (e.g. a servlet).



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      Hi Anagha,

      Thanks for your reply, but I has already done these things.

      I was getting the incorrect class error after that.

      Anyways I just found the solution.

      Add webservice_lib.jar from here


      And download jaxrpc-ri.jar and jaxrpc-api.jar from the Sun websites.

      Add them jars to your classpath.


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