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Wireless Router and Web service

 
Mohamed Farouk
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Hello All
I am trying to invoke a remote service end point from my local machine
axis userguide/example1/testclient

String endpoint = "http://nagoya.apache.org:5049/axis/services/echo";

I am using a belkin wireless routher connecting to the testwest broadband modem. Now when ever i run this java proxy i get java.net.ConnectException
: Connection refused: connect..

Please help I am struct..
 
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What makes you think that port 5049 on that machine is open?
 
Mohamed Farouk
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Hello thanks for your reply, But actually I am trying to run the echo examples of samples. The url mentioned as end point is as is

Please can you help.
 
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What I meant by that is: while the machine nagoya.apache.org exists and is up and running, there is nothing running on port 5049. The URL is meant as an example of how an endpoint URL may look like, not as a sample service to be used for testing your service. You should replace it with a URL pointing to localhost or whatever your development machine is.
[ October 30, 2005: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
 
Mohamed Farouk
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Hello Friend
Thanks for your reply, Understand that i should change the URL to the local URL where the service is deployed. Now if you look in axis/samples/userguide/example1 there is only a testclient and no service is available for deployment so even if i change the URL to local i dont think it will work as i have not locally deployed any service. So what should I do to get this working?
Thanks for all your help
really appreciate that
 
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The files implementing the service are in the samples\echo directory. The readme file explains what to do with them.
 
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