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punna Kumar
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Hi,
i am developing the web services useing the WSAD. it has to be deploy in WAS production Environment.my i know how i can create the web services in WSAD using SOAP and WSDL. other wise i can use the axis. but i don't know how to deploy the axis in WAS any Help?
Tim Manchester
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Joined: Nov 03, 2004
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If you can avoid it, don't use Axis directly in WSAD. IBM tried pretty hard to keep you from doing that. They have a lot of tools that make setting up web services pretty fast and easy. They have already bundled Axis up in some of their distribution jar files (in this form it's pretty much only usable through their tools). If you still insist on using Axis directly, I posted a tutorial on how to install Axis and get happyaxis.jsp up-and-running in WSAD 1.5.2 here.

Regards,

Tim Manchester

Edited for clarity.
[ March 09, 2006: Message edited by: Tim Manchester ]
punna Kumar
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Joined: Feb 28, 2005
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thanks for your replay,

can you give the example programs. how to develope the web services using WSAD 5.1.2. with out using the AXIS.

when i generate the WSDL file throughWSAD it's creating the lot of class file it's necessary to keep all the files.how i can generate the WSDL file win WSAD IDE.

Please Help
Tim Manchester
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Joined: Nov 03, 2004
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Punna,

That is a complex question that requires a great deal more detail to answer meaningfully. Please don't take it as condesending but it seems like you need to have a better grasp of the fundamentals of a web serivce before you ask how to go about using the tools to generate what you want.

If you need to start right now, then I recommend you go the the IBM website with a tutorial on Top-down Web services development with WebSphere Studio. This is a pretty good document.

Again I apologize if the tone of this email seems harsh, but I'd rather not see you end up frustrated and give up on a project for lack of a proper foundation.

Regards,

Tim Manchester
 
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