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javax.xml.soap missing

javax.xml.soap missing

RE: javax.xml.soap missing

I see the tutorial is using GlassFish. I think you will find that package in the j2ee.jar contained in the GlassFish installation


RE: javax.xml.soap missing


I think I will return to trying to make my dot-net webservice work.  I located J2EE.jar and copied it to my netbeans project libraries folder but I still get a "not found" for javax.xml.soap.*.   It is also in my jdk lib.

I can look at the contents of my other jar files but not j2ee.jar.   It is empty.


RE: javax.xml.soap missing

If you come back to Java, I'd consider using Eclipse instead of NetBeans


RE: javax.xml.soap missing

I tried eclipse for a while but like netbeans better.  I am an old programmer from when an assembler was considered a high-level language and things with lots of options don't fit me well.

I got the dot-net webservice to go, finally.   I found a tutorial that mentioned including a "webreference" in the calling program.  Why didn't Microsoft tell me that?


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