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The jax-ws tutorial is a little old, but should still work with 10.4.1 person found this helpful
An up to date jax-ws can be found at: https://jax-ws.java.net/
You can set jax-ws options to show you the java code of the generated classes. Have a look at what's compiled, that should show you what the classes are generated and which ones to use.
That is what I did but somehow I am not importing the right package to recognize the classes that were generated. I will keep searching at this point is more a java error not importing something I should or a missing a .jar.
I did want to confirm I pulled the reference implementation from the correct location. You verified that and that the tutorial should work.
Jax-WS is part of JDK 6+. If you simply reference the project's default jdk to it, the dependency issues should resolve by itself.1 person found this helpful
I am using JDK 1.7 and get package com.oracle.determinations.server._10_4.simplebenefits.assess.types does not exist; as an example.
I can see that this exists but cannot seem to get the import to recognize it.
I do not have a problem getting the reference to javax.JWS to work.
Things to check is:
1. Can you get the wsdl correcttly (via a web browser) from the Determinations server when its running?
2. When you execute jax-ws to generate the interface, is it succeeding?
3. Where is the library generated by jax-ws?
4. Is the library included in your classpath?