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Need help in deployment of JAX-RPC in Tomcat env

 
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Hi,
I've started for scdjws and 've read basic formation of xml,soap,wsdl,fault. All these i know theoretically, but i do really wanna know how this xml actually parse and how the request flows further and how one get the response and parse it to get the result. I'm novice in this environment. Can i get some tutorial to get some clue to do in practical approach. A basic message convey (SOAP or WSDL) information sharing. I googled it couldn't able to get the correct information. Many places it had given with the help of IDE which hides the actual implementation details.
I'm using Tomcat 5.5 environment , do i need to install something else to get this work done(JAX-RPC).

Any suggestion or help most welcome.

thks
 
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Hi!
Check this link: http://java.sun.com/webservices/containers/index.html
There is a pre-prepared version of Tomcat available in which web services can be deployed.
You may also want to consider the (old) version of the Sun Application Server available from the same webpage.
Best wishes!
 
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Hi! Navneet,

I tried my first web service implementation code on weblogic 9.2.
The most exciting part was that i wrote that WSDL and other configuraiton files using a text editor .
then i bundled into a war file and it worked.I am referring RMH 's Ultimate guide to J2EE web services.

GO ahead friend and in case you face any problem post it on the forum and you will definitely get a solution.

good luck

Regards

Jolly




 
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