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Re: doc/lit "Missing port information"

From: Doug Kohlert <Doug.Kohlert_at_Sun.COM>
Date: Mon, 01 Mar 2004 09:31:20 -0800

Dennis,
If there is no xxx_SerializerRegistry in your war file then something
went wrong
with wsdeploy. Try to run wsdeploy with the -verbose option to see if
you get
any warnings or errors?

Dennis Sosnoski wrote:

> Thanks, I found the exception in the launcher.server.log:
>
> java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
> com/sosnoski/seismic/jaxrpc/SeismicService_SerializerRegistry
> at com.sosnoski.seismic.jaxrpc.Seismic_Tie.<init>(Seismic_Tie.java:32)
> at sun.reflect.NativeConstructorAccessorImpl.newInstance0(Native
> Method)
> ...
>
> From looking at the HelloWorld example I'm using as a base, I gather
> the xxxx_SerializerRegistry class is added when the deployable WAR
> file is created. In my case I'm getting a bunch of other classes added
> (including the Seismic_Tie class, and a bunch of
> yyyy_LiteralSerializer classes), but no xxxx_SerializerRegistry. The
> build-war Ant task says it's successful, and as far as I can see I'm
> using the same options as the HelloWorld example).
>
> Any idea what to look at next?
>
> - Dennis
>
> Guadalupe Ortiz wrote:
>
>> Have a look in the logs files (C:/jwsdp13/logs) and you will probably
>> find a
>> more exactly definition of your error that can help you (Ive got the
>> same
>> error once and it finally was that it didnt find a class... nothing
>> to do)
>> Gobellot
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Dennis Sosnoski" <dms_at_sosnoski.com>
>> To: <users_at_jax-rpc.dev.java.net>
>> Sent: Sunday, February 29, 2004 2:43 AM
>> Subject: doc/lit "Missing port information"
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>> I've got a doc/lit service I constructed by generating code from the
>>> WSDL, using the build.xml from the tutorial
>>> examples/jaxrpc/advanced/stubs directory. Everything seems to generate
>>> okay, but when I try to access the service I get an error
>>> "JAXRPC.JAXPRCSERVLET.28: Missing port information". The actual request
>>> looks okay, with a single body element that has the proper QName for
>>> what my <wsdl:message> says I should be passing. From an inspection of
>>> the war file I can see my implementation classes are present. There
>>> doesn't appear to be any useful output in the logs (both in general,
>>> and
>>> specifically for this problem). I'm using JWSDP 1.3 and deploying to
>>> the
>>> included Tomcat.
>>>
>>> Any suggestions? Thanks,
>>>
>>> - Dennis
>>>
>>>
>>
>
>
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