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AXIS Web based client

Abhishek Asthana
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Hi,
I am coming to web services after a couple of years. Earlier I had used Apache SOAP to deploy my web services and I used the web based client to do so. In two years, SOAP has almost passed into oblivion and Axis has taken the place of honor.
Today while creating a WS, I had to convert a wsdd into a wsdl and deploy the service, but due to some problem I am not able to run the AdminClient and hence I couldn't proceed.
SO I just wanted to know, if there is any web based client available for Axis also or if there is some easier way of deploying my ws.
Please help me.

Thanks.
Abhishek
Balaji Loganathan
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Originally posted by Abhishek Asthana:
SO I just wanted to know, if there is any web based client available for Axis also or if there is some easier way of deploying my ws.
Please help me.

Which Axis version are you using ?


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Ulf Dittmer
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What do you mean, you converted a WSDD into a WSDL - both exist, and they serve different purposes.

The CLI client (or Ant task) does a good job at deploying a WS, and the documentation explains it well, I think. It would help if you described in detail what problems you are encountering, and post the command you're using (along with the contents of your WSDD).


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Dan Evans
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You may want to look into Jt, J2EE Pattern Oriented Framework. Jt provides transparent support for J2EE Web services via Web services (AXIS) adapters. It greatly simplifies the design and development of Web services. The URL is http://jt.dev.java.net/
 
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