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The above exception is thrown when Axis2 was run as webapp within Tomcat 7 and started as local server.
You have downloaded a project that has been built in another Eclipse IDE and so the Axis web services classes are all out of sync.
How to clean the project.
1. Create a new Dynamic Web Project in Eclipse: Note to specify Dynamic Web Module 2.5 facet. £.0 is not compatible with Axis 2. If using Tomcat 7, you can use Axis 2.axis2-1.5.4. Tomcat 6 best to use axis2-1.4.1.
2. Ensure you set Axis run-time: Windows | Preferences | Web Services | Axis 2 Preferences -> Set path of Axis directory (you need to download the correct version of Axis)
3. Create a server definition for Tomcat 7. To do this easily you will need Eclipse 3.6 (Helios) but can configure manually in other versions.
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