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John McDonald
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Hi,
I just installed JWSDP1.3 and AXIS. When I start the JWSDP (tomcat embedded) I can't access htt://localhost/axis. I did not have problem before. Can someone give me a hint? Thanks.
John
 
Pavan Panduga
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I guess, you must point your browser to http://localhost:8080/axis or whatever port you configured your tomcat to listen to. if the port is 80 then http://localhost/axis works.
Make sure you have copied axis folder of axis/webapps/ to tomcat/webapps.
Restart tomcat.
Hope this helps,
 
Xie Ruchang
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Dear John,
I have not played with AXIS, as far as JWSDP1.3, there is another copy of tomcat within JWSDP1.3 tailored to run SUN's webservices. It doesn't use the existing tomcat. Not only that, it also, required their own ANT. When you do a start Tomcat using JWSDP1.3, it is a different instance. YOu may configure your original Tomcat to port 8088 and start another instance of tomcat and you may find your AXIS accessible via 8088.
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John McDonald
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Thanks. But my I set my port is 80. I started with localhost. But when I added the http://localhost/axis, I got the message
type Status report
message /axis
description The requested resource (/axis) is not available.
Any more hint? I appreciate it.
John
 
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Hello John,
you may have to edit your web.xml file and and un comment invoker servlet. To work with examples this should not be a problem.
hope you'll see happy axis.
good luck
 
John McDonald
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Thanks for following up. I copied log4-1.2.8.jar into JWSDP\config\common\lib then I access. I used websersices 1.3 package which has TOMCAT embedded inside. Thanks for the info.
John
 
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