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I know this is a pretty straightforward example, but I just can't seem to get it to work! So I'm trying to follow the steps on implementing apache's XmlRpcServlet (http://ws.apache.org/xmlrpc/server.html)...but it just doesn't seem to work . Here's what I do:
for step 1, i create a package called org.apache.xmlrpc.demo and put the calculator class there. (so it's in tomcat\webapps\<project name>\web-inf\classes\org\apache\xmlrpc\demo)
for step 2, I unjar that xmlrpc-server file, add that properties file, then jar it back up again and put it in the tomcat5\webapps\<project name>\web-inf\lib.
for step 3, I change the web.xml accordingly and place it in the web-inf folder.
I get this error:
Maybe my client is incorrect?
Can anybody give a more detailed explanation for dummies (me)?
posted 9 years ago
Actually, I found a good powerpoint + example code!