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Unnsse Khan
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Does anyone know where to find the "Tomcat 5 with JWSDP bundle"?

I need one where the installer is in a Unix shell script, instead of a Win32 executable.

Can't seem to find one that works with JDK 5 on OS X Tiger. I know that I should have posted this on the OS X forum but this seems the more appropriate place (more Web services developers reside here)...

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You can download the bundle on this page.
 
Unnsse Khan
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Thanks Ulf,

I downloaded and unzipped the file... It just looks like Tomcat, I don't see any signs of web services support in this bundle. The shared directory has empty lib and classes folders. I was figuring that I would be able to see something such as the jaxb.jar or other web service specific jar files.

Can anyone help? I am using OS X Tiger.

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Unnsse Khan
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Ok, I got it working... I thought Ulf's link was for the JWSDP, instead of, the tomcat-compliant servlet container.

Tomcat is installed in: /Developer/JavaTools/tomcat/tomcat50-jwsdp
JWSDP_HOME is set to: /Developer/JavaTools/jwsdp-1.6

What jars do I append to the CLASSPATH?

I am using JDK 1.5.

Thanks a lot, Ulf! I owe you one!

To everyone at the ranch: Happy New Year!
 
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What jars do I append to the CLASSPATH

Note that Tomcat totally ignores the environment CLASSPATH so if you want Tomcat to know about a jar you will have to use Tomcat conventions.
Read the class-loader-howto.html fund in the webapps/tomcat-docs directory of typical Tomcat installations.
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I meant more so in regards to the JWSDP's web service specific jars... I already know Tomcat.

Many, many thanks,
 
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