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Webservices on using J2EE application Server

Jyothi Pathuri
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Hi,

I am new to web services and have just started deploying them using J2EE Application server. I have created the war file using deploy tool. Then to deploy the service, I clicked Tools->deploy on the deployment tool. It is asking on which server the service should be deployed. I have selected localhost:8080. but it is saying that "server cannot be contacted. please confirm that server is running and valid username and password is given". The server is running and I got the correct home page on the URL "http://localhost:8080" . The username and password are the same which I have given during installation. I am able to login to admin page using these credentials.

Please help me in deploying this web service and to check whether it is running or not.

Regards,
Jyothi
Balaji Loganathan
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Would be nice if you can also wich webservices software or tool you are using, its version and what application server you are using etc.,
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balaji


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Jyothi Pathuri
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I am using Sun Java System Application Server for developing and deploying web services. in this , I am using deploytool for deploying web services.
Peer Reynders
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Originally posted by Jyothi Pathuri:
I am using Sun Java System Application Server.


Which version?
Example: 8.1 is a J2EE 1.4 Application Server that implements JAX-RPC. Starting with 9 it's a Java EE 5 Application Server that implements JAX-WS.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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