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Problem in accesing Web services in java

 
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Guys I am new to java web servcies.I had Installed Apache tomcat and configured Apache axis.When I open http://localhost:8080/axis/happyaxis.jsp in my web browser everything seems to be fine.And I can even see the list of deployed services and their corresponding WSDL document.

But when i go to the link of web service specified in WSDL document I see the following :

WELCOME TO AXIS SERVICE

PERHAPS THERE WOULD BE A FORM TO INVOKE IT

And the link is somewhat like
http://localhost:8080/axis/services/multiplication.
But in my Apache axis 1.4 there is no such services folder???

Guys I am really struck in this problem please help me in eradicating this problem i.e what should i do next.
 
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Axis does not provide web forms to invoke services, nor does accessing SOAP services through the browser make sense. You need to create Java client code to access any services; this is explained at length in the Axis User Guide (which you can find both online and as part of the Axis distribution).
 
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