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(/axis/servlet/AdminServlet) is not available.

 
shelly sharma
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I am using tomcat4.0 and axis. I had done all the settings. I am able to view the happyaxis.jsp page. But when i click on Administer axis, then i got the following error.
1)
Apache Tomcat/4.0.6 - HTTP Status 404 - /axis/servlet/AdminServlet
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type Status report
message /axis/servlet/AdminServlet
description The requested resource (/axis/servlet/AdminServlet) is not available.
2) Also i am not able to view the list of deployed web services.
the following error is coming.
Apache Tomcat/4.0.6 - HTTP Status 404 - /axis/servlet/AxisServlet
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type Status report
message /axis/servlet/AxisServlet
description The requested resource (/axis/servlet/AxisServlet) is not available.
 
William Brogden
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You are addressing the servlet using the axis/servlet/AdminServlet nomenclature, this requires that the "invoker" servlet must be made available. In Tomcat 3 this was the default, in Tomcat 4 it is not.
In order to use the invoker it must be turned on - either in the default web.xml (in the conf directory) or in the web.xml for the axis application.
It is MUCH preferable to set up web.xml to address axis servlets without depending on the invoker.
Bill
 
shelly sharma
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Thanks for your reply. But can you tell me how can i set up web.xml to address axis servlets.I will be gratefull to you.
 
li tian
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how to write the web.xml
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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