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Help needed in Configuring Apache Axis C++
Joined: May 11, 2006
Sep 28, 2006 00:42:00
I am trying to confifure the apache axis c++ but i am being failed every time. I have tried to search all around but.
If i run the SimpleAxisServer.exe after configuratoin and all the pre-requisits, it gives me error that axis_server.dll not found.
On the other hand. If i put all configuration in Apache Web Server, with the following line inserted in httpd.conf file of apache server, it does not start.
LoadModule axis_module modules/mod_axis2.dll <Location /axis> SetHandler axis </Location>
If i comment out these lines, it started well but does not work.
Please, can you people help me
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Joined: Dec 11, 2004
Sep 28, 2006 04:21:00
This forum deals mostly with
and Apache HTTPD (commonly called, just 'Apache').
I doubt you'll find much help for anything related to Axis here (especially the C++ version).
Since Axis is a web service engine, I'm going to try moving this to our Web Services forum.
Also: I did do a little work with Axis C++ a couple years back and found their mailing list to be quite helpful.
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Joined: May 11, 2006
Sep 29, 2006 00:32:00
Thanks. I have tried on their mailing list, but unable to get what i was looking for. I have even posted a question via mailing list but no response.
Please, if there is any one who can help me out ??
I agree. Here's the link:
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