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Vas Miriyala
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Hi All
I am trying to run a simple web service application using JAX-RS(Jersey) with tomcat 5.5.27 and I have written the simple class as resource and just one method as resource method which
return html to the client and I placed the these jar files(jersey-server.jar,jersey-core.jar,jsr311-api.jar,asm.jar) but when i am accessing from web browser its giving error which says

AXIS error-No service is available at this URL
I am not getting from where axis error is coming?
 
Deep Saxena
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I had the same problem recently.

Solution : In my case, I was using Axis 1.4 and was deploying the application on tomcat. However, for some reason the generated server-config.wsdd was not getting packaged in the war and hence was not getting deployed on tomcat. Once, I ensured this is happening, it started working fine for me.
 
Maneesh Godbole
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If you noticed, the OP posted the question 3 years back and I doubt he is still waiting for an answer.
However, thank you for taking the efforts to share your solution for others, who might run into a similar problem in the future.
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