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Can anyone give a simple step by step procedure to deploy and and run a small webservice using axis 2 in either tomcat or weblogic.

I have downloaded the Axis2 Standard Binary Distribution, but the war created out of it didn't get deployed the way it is mention here: http://ws.apache.org/axis2/1_1/installationguide.html

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but the war created out of it didn't get deployed


What does this mean? What did you do, and what did or did not happen? TellTheDetails

When I installed Axis, I simply copied the exploded webapp that came with the distribution to the Tomcat webapps directory, so I don't think there's a need to build the war file at all.
 
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Hi people,

why trouble with combining to install lots of various vendors (tomcat + axis) to make one thing working properly(like web services), because you can have only Sun Application Server?

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One way to deploy Your WAR with Axis 2 Web Services on Tomcat is to follow these steps:
1) Download Axis 2 WAR
2) Create, compile and pack your service into aar file. To do this, You can use QuickStart Guide
3) Copy Your aar file to /WEB-INF/services/ directory in Axis2.war
4) Change the following line in Axis2 configuration file (axis2.war/WEB-INF/conf/axis2.xml) from to . We enable REST for point 6)
5) Copy Axis2.war to Tomcat's webapps directory and start Tomcat
6) Check http://localhost:8080/axis2/services/listServices to see if Your service is deployed correctly
[ April 06, 2007: Message edited by: Lucas Zmudzinski ]
 
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