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where are codes generated by WTP tools [message #182923] Sun, 19 November 2006 12:56 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: qyyang79.yahoo.com

Hi all,

After using WTP tools (tried : Creating Top Down Web Service), I'd like to
know:

1) where are the code generated?

2) are they available for axis outside eclipse?

3) it appears that the codes generated are for axis 1.*; where the wtp
tools will be upgraded to work with axis2 1.1 (the latest)

Thanks and appreciated your answers.
Regards.
QY
Re: where are codes generated by WTP tools [message #183798 is a reply to message #182923] Wed, 06 December 2006 14:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Chris Brealey is currently offline Chris BrealeyFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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QY,
1) with the help of the Axis emitters, the Web service wizard generates the
Java code for the service under the source folder of your Web project (by
default, "src"). The deploy.wsdd and undeploy.wsdd XML files are generated
under web-inf. The Axis servlet is inserted into web-inf/web.xml. Finally, the
jars that make up the Axis runtime are copied into web-inf/lib.

2) The resulting Web project can be exported as a WAR and run as-is on any Web
application server, such as Tomcat, outside of the scope of Eclipse.

3) WTP 1.5.2 includes Axis 1.3. We are working on a new set of plugins for
Axis2 in WTP 2.0 [1].

[1] http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/Axis2_Integration_in_WTP

Cheers - CB.

"Q. Yang" wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> After using WTP tools (tried : Creating Top Down Web Service), I'd like to
> know:
>
> 1) where are the code generated?
>
> 2) are they available for axis outside eclipse?
>
> 3) it appears that the codes generated are for axis 1.*; where the wtp
> tools will be upgraded to work with axis2 1.1 (the latest)
>
> Thanks and appreciated your answers.
> Regards.
> QY
Re: where are codes generated by WTP tools [message #183855 is a reply to message #183798] Thu, 07 December 2006 07:16 Go to previous message
Zohar Amir is currently offline Zohar AmirFriend
Messages: 419
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hello Chris,
Looking at the WIKI link you attached, it says that "The target release for
the initial integration work is WTP 2.0", so I checked and found that "WTP
2.0 is based on Eclipse 4.0, which we assume will be released in 2Q2007"
( http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/development/planning/roadmap .html). Is this
true, because "Our target is to complete 3.3 in late June 2007"
( http://www.eclipse.org/eclipse/development/eclipse_project_p lan_3_3.html)?

"Chris Brealey" <cbrealey@ca.ibm.com> wrote in message
news:4576D3F0.32C25BFD@ca.ibm.com...
> QY,
> 1) with the help of the Axis emitters, the Web service wizard generates
> the
> Java code for the service under the source folder of your Web project (by
> default, "src"). The deploy.wsdd and undeploy.wsdd XML files are generated
> under web-inf. The Axis servlet is inserted into web-inf/web.xml. Finally,
> the
> jars that make up the Axis runtime are copied into web-inf/lib.
>
> 2) The resulting Web project can be exported as a WAR and run as-is on any
> Web
> application server, such as Tomcat, outside of the scope of Eclipse.
>
> 3) WTP 1.5.2 includes Axis 1.3. We are working on a new set of plugins for
> Axis2 in WTP 2.0 [1].
>
> [1] http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/Axis2_Integration_in_WTP
>
> Cheers - CB.
>
> "Q. Yang" wrote:
>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> After using WTP tools (tried : Creating Top Down Web Service), I'd like
>> to
>> know:
>>
>> 1) where are the code generated?
>>
>> 2) are they available for axis outside eclipse?
>>
>> 3) it appears that the codes generated are for axis 1.*; where the wtp
>> tools will be upgraded to work with axis2 1.1 (the latest)
>>
>> Thanks and appreciated your answers.
>> Regards.
>> QY
>
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