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Cory Wilkerson
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Has anyone successfully deployed a document/literal service on with Axis 1.1 Final? RPC seems to be a non-issue but I cannot get Axis to swallow doc/literal messages. They deploy fine -- but the Axis source (when I debug) -- seems to be failing me while parsing parameters.
Balaji Loganathan
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Originally posted by Cory Wilkerson:
They deploy fine -- but the Axis source (when I debug) -- seems to be failing me while parsing parameters.

Could you please tell me what sort of service(input and return type) you are trying to deploy ? And can you also explain at what stage you are getting the error ? during clinet request or server processing ??
Yes I have been able to deploy & consume doc/lit service successfully with with axis1.1(very latest version).


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Mark Secrist
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Originally posted by Cory Wilkerson:
Has anyone successfully deployed a document/literal service on with Axis 1.1 Final? RPC seems to be a non-issue but I cannot get Axis to swallow doc/literal messages. They deploy fine -- but the Axis source (when I debug) -- seems to be failing me while parsing parameters.

I've successfully deployed doc/literal on Axis 1.1. There may be a couple of reasons why it isn't working.
1. Are you starting with a WSDL file? If so, make sure you rebuild the server and client side code to reflect a doc/literal style invocation.
2. If you went from rpc to doc/literal and did do the re-build, you will have to stop and start the server after re-deploying. If you are running Axis inside Apache Tomcat, the Tomcat server doesn't re-load the new JAR file. There may be an admin interfact to Tomcat to get it to do that, but I find it easier just to re-start.
Generally, this sounds like a mismatch between what you are sending (or think you are sending) and what the server side is expecting. I'd look along those lines.
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