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JAX-WS source code

 
om ganesh
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Hi All,

I wanted to access JAX-WS source code, but the link https://jax-ws.dev.java.net/2.1/

Seems to be not working, Could any one point me to a location from where I would be able to access the code


Thanks in advance,

Omganesh
 
Ulf Dittmer
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Works fine for me, albeit slowly.
 
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Hi Ulf Dittmer.

Could you please copy past the steps for checking out the JAX-WS source code from SVN.

I am able to ping the machine, but not able to load the pages.

Thanks in advance,
Omganesh
 
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dev.java.net has been having major performance problems for a while. But generally, everything works, just very slowly. So be patient :-) Besides, the page you linked to has a jar file that contains the source code; that would be easier than going through the repository.
 
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Hi Ulf Dittmer,

Am trying to access this link for past 3 days .. without avail

Tried it from 3 - 4 diffrent locations but getting "Connection Timed out " error

Few of the tasks are held up due this.

Accessing the SVN seems to be the best option for me..
Just need to access the Code

I just am not able to come up with a option for accessing the source


Thanks in advance

Omganesh

 
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Alright then, here it is. You should investigate what's going on with your network connection, though, maybe start with a traceroute.
 
om ganesh
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thanks very much Ulf Dittmer thanks ...
 
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