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Selva Prakash
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hai friends,
i am new to webservice. now i am trying to do simple sample application using axis2 in eclipse.
i want deploy my service in tomcat7 server with out using any tools and .aar files ( as like we are doing for jsp and servlet.. just copy files as per the deployment structure).
i have tried in google to get the deployment folder structure for webserivces.. but nothing is use full..

kindly tell me the deployment folder structure for webserivces? thanks in advance..........
Selva Prakash
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friends, any suggestions.....
Ulf Dittmer
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Axis2 uses .aar files to deploy web servies, period. Why are you trying to avoid them?


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Ulli Hertlein
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Selva Prakash wrote:hai friends,
i am new to webservice. now i am trying to do simple sample application using axis2 in eclipse.
i want deploy my service in tomcat7 server with out using any tools and .aar files ( as like we are doing for jsp and servlet.. just copy files as per the deployment structure).
i have tried in google to get the deployment folder structure for webserivces.. but nothing is use full..

kindly tell me the deployment folder structure for webserivces? thanks in advance..........


maybe this helps:
http://www.mkyong.com/webservices/jax-ws/deploy-jax-ws-web-services-on-tomcat/


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Ulf Dittmer
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Ulli Hertlein wrote:maybe this helps: ...

Probably not, as that uses the JAX-WS RI, not Axis2.
Ulli Hertlein
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:
Ulli Hertlein wrote:maybe this helps: ...

Probably not, as that uses the JAX-WS RI, not Axis2.


does axis2 contain its own ws implementation ?
Ulf Dittmer
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Yes, Axis2 is not based on the JAX-WS RI.
Selva Prakash
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i want to know the detailed folder structure .. thats it.. if we need to use .aar file.. what it should contains. and any other files should be placed in WEB-INF?
Ulf Dittmer
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Check out the version.aar file of your Axis2 installation - it is the simplest possible case, just the class file(s) and a META-INF/services.xml file

.aar files can be created and inspected using the jar tool.
 
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