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ActiveVOS Server does not support the Apache Axis Web service runtime

 
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i try to use eclipse's web service client tool. whenever i input a valid service definition, it will inform "No server has been selected. The Web service client will not be deployed, installed, or run." but when i try to select a server (there is only one server to select:activevos server), it will report error "ActiveVOS Server does not support the Apache Axis Web service runtime. Choose a different server or runtime to proceed through the Web services wizard." I have tested the web service through eclipse web service explorer and it is working all right. So does anyone know what's the problem and how to solve it?
 
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Hi!
Try opening the Server view (Window -> Show View -> Other, then type Server) and add a server that supports the Axis runtime.
After this, the new server should appear in the Web Services Client tool.
Best wishes!
 
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Thanks a lot Ivan. It helps!
 
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