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Hi,
I am porting an application from websphere to tomcat. There is a line of code that says context.getAttribute(com.ibm.websphere.servlet.application.host). This is used to get the host name and tightly coupled with websphere. Could some one let me know the equivalent of "com.ibm.websphere.servlet.application.host" that can be used in Tomcat?

Thanks,
Joel

13 years ago
Hi,
Thanks for all your inputs. I shall try your suggestions and post my response.
13 years ago
As per the Apache axis2 documentation, all the webservices will be deployed under <TomcatRoot>/webapps/axis2/WEB-INF/servicejars/. My requirement is to have 4 webservices running in Tomcat. If I go with what axis2 documentation says, all the webservices will be deployed under a single servlet called axis2. If I want to bring down one service for some maintenance, I have to bring down all of them...If I have them as individual Wars, it is easy for maintenance. I have another long term requirement also....sometimes down the line, I want to move that service to Websphere without any effor or with minimal effort...If I have it as War, it will be easy to move to websphere.

Regards,
Joel John
13 years ago

Hi,
I searched the existing threads and couldnt find anything related to it. Could you please provide steps to deploy JAX-WS (Axis2) in TomCat? Axis2 documentation suggests 2 ways- (http://ws.apache.org/axis2/1_4_1/jaxws-guide.html#DeployService). Both of them do not satisfy my requirement. I want the service to be deployed as a WAR...could somebody give me the steps to do it?

Thank you.

Regards,
Joel John
13 years ago