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read this: https://forum.hibernate.org/viewtopic.php? f=9&t=1005522 eneven though t is about hibernate, but they talk about jaxb they are saying taht JDK 1.6 has its own JAXB classes.

If you prefer to not change JDK, For invoking wsimport and wsgen tools in JAX-WS 2.1, you can set WSIMPORT_OPTS=-Djava.endor Also read this general useful info about what to do when you want to override some classes which are sitting in by the newer versions: One thing i want to say.If like that, i added dependencys for both jars, and created jars in and able to see those jars in Web INF/lib folder in war file, when i unzip that war file.I think both are same , i guess no need to add these explicitly in war file.In this way you'll disconnecte from JBoss depndencies and we can check which jars are working and which are not.With that knowledge it would probably be better to trty to figure out what to do on the server This is JAVA Web application, implemented and checked in subversion, I am as a new guy wants to setup app on my system. This app reading Queue mesaages from Weblogic Q(Which is also in my local).From Dev Ops to revenue models and customer support, the answer is yes! JAXBContext Impl from one package and JAXBContext frok another: v2.runtim Check this (it is with weblogic, so I'm not sure the solutyion with apply, but the situation is similar) Cast Exception:v2.runtime.

JAXBContext Impl-in-Web Logic-10-td26719107After I put those jars into WEB-INF/lib and restarted, I got the following:

Help Me to resolve this issue: I am deploying war file in JBOSS server, which is processing Weblogic Queue messages .

I was implemented below code to access and unmarshal xml messages from the Queue .------------------------- Maybe this could be of some help:

Place the into $jboss-home/lib/endorsed directory instead. As those are not loaded by the bootstrap classloader, you'll get No Class Def Error on servlet/Ant classes.

--------------------------------- Sometimes its pretty clear what the error is, but not in all cases. To use JAX-WS 2.1 with JDK 6, newer versions of API jars (JAX-WS 2.1 and JAXB 2.1 API jars) need to be in bootclasspath before

This app with its RSS functionality worked just fine on my dev box, but prod gave me that error. I ended up removing from my war file (I unzipped it, removed the file, then zipped it back up and redeployed it) and that fixed the problem. Incidentally, I was running the same version of JBoss AS on dev & prod and same JVM too.