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Lee Wallen
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Does anyone use JAX-RPC with iPlanet 6.0 Web Server? I'm having difficulty accessing a JAX-RPC web service deployed on an iPlanet 6.0 Web Server, and don't know if I deployed the service incorrectly (no errors on deployment), if the client is trying to access the service incorrectly (seems likely), if iPlanet 6.0 requires certain files that are not currently installed (ie, J2SE 1.3.1 instead of 1.2.2), or if iPlanet 6.0 Web Server just doesn't support JAX-RPC.
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What kind of errors do you get?
 
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Basically I'm getting file not found errors. The list of errors below show how I tried to alter the URL that the client was using to access the service.
[10/Nov/2003:15:23:44] warning (17579): for host trying to GET /leew/uniqueid/, send-file reports: can't find /u001/iplanet/https-leew/webapps/uniqueid/ (File not found)
[10/Nov/2003:15:25:10] warning (17579): for host trying to GET /leew/uniqueid-jaxrpc/uniqueid, send-file reports: can't find /u001/iplanet/https-leew/webapps/uniqueid-jaxrpc/uniqueid (File not found)
[10/Nov/2003:15:25:22] warning (17579): for host trying to GET /leew/uniqueid, send-file reports: can't find /u001/iplanet/https-leew/webapps/uniqueid (File not found)
[10/Nov/2003:15:25:42] warning (17579): for host trying to GET /leew/uniqueid-jaxrpc/uniqueid, send-file reports: can't find /u001/iplanet/https-leew/webapps/uniqueid-jaxrpc/uniqueid (File not found)
[11/Nov/2003:12:59:08] warning (17579): for host trying to POST /leew/uniqueid-jaxrpc/uniqueid, send-file reports: can't find /u001/iplanet/https-leew/webapps/uniqueid-jaxrpc/uniqueid (File not found)
 
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How did you "deploy the web service"? Are you using Axis? Does the web.xml for the "leew" webapp contain a URL mapping which catches the requests you tried?
 
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The web service was deployed using wsdeploy. I'm using iPlanet 6.0 Web Server.
This is the content of the web.xml file:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE web-app
PUBLIC "-//Sun Microsystems, Inc.//DTD Web Application 2.3//EN"
"http://java.sun.com/dtd/web-app_2_3.dtd">
<web-app>
<display-name>Unique ID Application</display-name>
<description>A web application containing a simple JAX-RPC endpoint</description>
<session-config>
<session-timeout>60</session-timeout>
</session-config>
</web-app>
 
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