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    Default [SOLVED] Java Soap Client

    Hi, I'm new to the forum and Zimbra also. I'm currently trying to write a Java client that will interact with a Zimbra server via the SOAP API. I started writing this purely with Java classes and found that parsing the SOAP was getting very tedious. I came about some classes in the Zimbra source but am having difficulties finding all the jars I need to include. I was reviewing the source code from version 4.5 I believe and there was a file called which seem to be an excellent example, but after downloading version 5.0.0 source I no longer see that. Can any direct me on where to find the necessary jars I need and also if there are any updated examples included within the source file. Thanks

    Also, I am not developing the client on the server machine so the Zimbra server is not installed locally.

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    Thanks dkarp, both those files are very helpful. One other thing, I'm not familiar with log4j as of yet, I will need to do more research on it, but is this needed when I have a working client ready?

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