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Apache Tomcat 5.0 + Sun WSDP Error ?

 
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Hi,

I am developing a Web Service Application using Sun WSDP.
I downloaded Tomcat 5.0.3 from Apache site and tried to Integrate with Sun WSDP and got an error. I was able to download Tomcat 5.0 for Java WSDP and integrate it with Sun WSDP.

Is the Tomcat 5.03 downloaded from the Apache site not useful for Sun WSDP , do we need to use Tomcat 5.0 for Java WSDP only ?

Also it is mentioned in Sun Site that Tomcat 5.0 for Java WSDP is not intended for Devlopement or Production. Would I have to use Sun Application server for this or Tomcat + Axis is a better one ?


Please let me know if we have any work around for this ?



Thanks and Regards
ray
 
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I have not used the server that comes with WSDP, but I think it's Tomcat with some minor changes. You can just use Tomcat itself, add the Axis webapp, and work that way.
 
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