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Mohan Basavarajappa
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Joined: Dec 21, 2005
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Hello,
I am developing webservice using SunMicroSystem JAX-RPC API. I am deploying it on tomcat and it is runing fine. If i try to deploy the same service on Sun Application Server it is not getting deployed and i am not able to access the service.

Can i deploy the service that is developed on the Tomcat on any other server like Sun Application server, JBoss, Oracle, Weblogic. Please give me some suggestion.

Thanking you.

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Ulf Dittmer
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Joined: Mar 22, 2005
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it is not getting deployed and i am not able to access the service


What does this mean? Are there any (error) messages?

The deployment procedure is different with the Sun server than it is with Axis running in Tomcat - different deployment descriptors mainly, I think, although I know nothing further about that.


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