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JAXM confusion , using JWSDP

Vasudha Deepak
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Joined: Mar 15, 2002
Posts: 86
I have installed JWSDP1.3 and understand that JAXM is not a part of it. I am trying to integrate JAXM libraries in JWSDP ,but the instructions given in JAXM docs specify making changes to JWSDP_HOME/conf/tomcat-users.xml .
There is no such file in the JWSDP directory structure and neither is there a JWSDP_HOME/common and JWSDP_HOME/webapps directory.
Has anyone faced a similar situation? I want to run JAXM Web Service application using Tomcat Server.
Any suggestions please.
Thank You,

IBM Certified Developer -XML and Related Technologies(141)<br />SCJP2 SCWCD
Ram Pathan

Joined: Dec 08, 2003
Posts: 24
i tried that too.
Do this-
1. Download jaxm seperately.
2. follow the instructions for setting it up.
3. xerces.jar, one of the lib files required that comes with this pack is outdated. If this isnt up to date u would face compilation problems
4. search for the latest version of xerces.jar and place it in the reqd location.
5. to start off with writing applications go to this tutorial -> writing jaxm applications using sun one studio. they provide you with a war file that can instantly deployed in a tomcat container and a jaxm client.
6. start building this client and the service/server they provide in the war file to fit ur framework.
hope this helps
[ April 11, 2004: Message edited by: Kituz Greenluv ]

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