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Default JAVA SOAP and service registeration

Hi all, i'm new here, and i am focus on a soap project. the problem came in when i wanted to register my service automatically using Apache soap's auto-register framework. Henry Bequet's book "Pro Java SOAP" had mentioned that you should use a file named soap.xml and fill it like below:
<soapServer>
    <configManager value="com.lesavon.LeSavonConfigManager">
        <option name="defaultPackage" value="com.lesavon"/>
        <option name="services"
                value="RemoteAdmin,RemoteOrder"/>
    </configManager>
</soapServer>
however, although i have added the path of "com.lesavon.LeSavonConfigManager" to the classpath, system always errors that it cannot find the class when the soap server starts.
any ideas?:(

alex
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