Could you report the FUSE version and JDK version you are using?
And have you installed any features / osgi bundles yourself?
Which webservice stack are you using? For example CXF?
And the webservice you have created, is a webservice you want hosted in FUSE ESB? So other clients can invoke your web service? i.e. you are the server.
Thank you for your reply, however I believe to have stumbled upon a solution myself meanwhile.
The answer to my problem, was to "wrap" the needed jar into a bar, and place it in the deploy folder.
However, if that sounds like a terrible solution, I'd love to hear alternatives.
As for fuse version, I guess this should do it; apache-servicemix-4.2.0-fuse-01-00
There are several osgi bundles installed as well as features enabled - anything in specific needed, or known to create any problems?
The webservice is an external webservice, which I need to call from FUSE, it's implemented as a .NET wsdl.
If you are using CXF , you don't need any jax-rpc jars and CXF provides the implementation of JAX-WS which is not compatible with JAX-RPC.
Fuse ESB provides out of box support of Fuse SF (based on Apache CXF), you just need to install cxf feature.
So please check your bundle and remove that part of dependency.