Java Client Web Service In Platform Eclipse

Hi All
I have created a server Web Service called LoanCalcService in VS.NET 2005, the folder contains LoanInfo.asmx that when run creates the Web Service, WSDL. Which works good.
Now i need to send a request to the Web Service server and get a response from the LoanCalcService that it provides. To do this i must create a client in another language. I am doing this in JAVA in the Eclipse platform.
I have tested the WSDL with the web service explorer that comes with eclipse and the program works good. But when i run the Java code in Eclipse i get this
Error
HTTP Status 404 - /WebServiceProject/WEB-INF/classes/localhost/LoanCalcService/LoanInfo_asmx/LoanInfoLocator.java
type Status report
message /WebServiceProject/WEB-INF/classes/localhost/LoanCalcService/LoanInfo_asmx/LoanInfoLocator.java
description The requested resource (/WebServiceProject/WEB-INF/classes/localhost/LoanCalcService/LoanInfo_asmx/LoanInfoLocator.java) is not available
Can anyone tell me please what i am missing please.
Thank You beforehand

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