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I have Eclipse running on Windows, where I compiled and ran the project using Axis plug in's(WSDL/SOAP) successfully to scrape and parse the website which was built with soap technology. Now the toughest part is being a novice how to move it to UNIX?
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Not sure what you mean.
If you mean the actual product you produced, as long as you kept to the "100% Pure Java" design specs, that should run without modification.
If you mean the Eclipse project, just export it as a ZIP or JAR file, take it over to the Linux machine with a copy of Eclipse for Linux, create a new empty project and import the ZIP/JAR (you may need to specify "." as the import target or it'll include the original project directory as a subdirectory).
If you mean Eclipse itself, just download and unzip the Linux version of Eclipse (you have 2 choices, gtk or motif - gtk usually works better).
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