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Tomcat 4 - Axis

 
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Hi I've installed the Apache Tomcat 4 and Apache Axis. Where can I find the Admin Servlet which I need to deploy my services?
can only find a site with two links:
http://localhost:8080/axis/index.html
"Administer Axis" and "Visit the Axis Servlet"
Under Administer Axis I can only start and stop the axis server.
Under visit the axis servlet i get a list with functions of some services and thats all.
 
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Hi,
Hope u hv installed tomcat in one directory and axis in another dirctory.As per the installation guide copy the axis dictory to webapps in tomcat.
Also download the jar files and keep it in the lib folder of tomcat as per the document.
Ensure to set the classpath for the jars.
Start the tomcat from its dirctory.
Then move to your axis installation dirctory.
<axis-dir>/samples/Transport java .....deploy.wsdd
Please do the above and u will get deployed message.
Then go back to <axis-dir> and then give command
java ...........
You can see the result.
This is what i hv done and it works for me.
Ram
 
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