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Hi, can some one plase help . I am using apche tomcat 7 and i confiure all the webapps in apache from axis.
I entered http://localhost:8080/axis/index.jsp from exprolorer i got
Hello! Welcome to Apache-Axis.
What do you want to do today?

Validation - Validate the local installation's configuration
see below if this does not work.
List - View the list of deployed Web services
Call - Call a local endpoint that list's the caller's http headers (or see its WSDL).
Visit - Visit the Apache-Axis Home Page
Administer Axis - [disabled by default for security reasons]
SOAPMonitor - [disabled by default for security reasons]
To enable the disabled features, uncomment the appropriate declarations in WEB-INF/web.xml in the webapplication and restart it.

Validating Axis


I select list and i have the ffollowing error message

HTTP Status 404 - /axis/servlet/AxisServlet

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type Status report

message /axis/servlet/AxisServlet

description The requested resource (/axis/servlet/AxisServlet) is not available.


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Apache Tomcat/7.0.22
 
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