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Axis1 vs. Axis2 : service URL

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This is regarding the service URL difference between Axis1 and Axis2 implementation of web service. With Axis1, if one tries the service URL: http://host:port/deployed_application_name/service_name , then a message "Hi, there is a Axis service" is displayed.

However, if one tries the service URL with Axis2, nothing is displayed. Can someone tell me the reason behind this. Actually, I have a load balancer which pings this URL every 5 secs. So, when it pings the Axis2 service, nothing is found and an exception is thrown as a result of this.

Appriciate with any kind of help on this.
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