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WTP, Axis and Tomcat [message #189391] Wed, 07 March 2007 10:57 Go to next message
andrea is currently offline andrea
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Registered: July 2009
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Hi,
It's the first time that I develope webservices, then I need some help to
publish .
I've develope two webservices for tomcat 4.1 with eclipse WTP 1.5 starting
from two wsdl file and using the top-down process using web-axis apache.
After develope the remaining part of code with some operation, now, I want
to publish them onto tomcat 4.1. My problem is that I dont know from which
part I must start to publish my webservices.
Should I export them with a war file and install it on tomcat?
Should I install axis before on tomcat?
In wich way I set Axis and my webservices onto tomcat?
I looking for some answer in tutorials but I didnt find something.
Can Anyone help me? Thanks in advance Andrea
Re: WTP, Axis and Tomcat [message #189393 is a reply to message #189391] Wed, 07 March 2007 13:41 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Mark Hutchinson is currently offline Mark Hutchinson
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Did you generate the web service using WTPs Web Service Creation wizard
like in the "Creating Top Down Web Services" tutorial[1]?

The web services creation wizard can publish a web service to one of the
installed runtimes in eclipse automatically. If you have the slider on
the first page of the web service creation wizard set to "start" or
above the service should get published and started on the server. You
can check that the service is up and running by testing it using the Web
Services Explorer. To do this right click on the wsdl and select "Web
Services" > "Test With Web Services Explorer" and invoke some of the
methods on your service.


[1] http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/jst/components/ws/1.5/tutori als/TopDownWebService/TopDownWebService.html



ponzetti wrote:
> Hi,
> It's the first time that I develope webservices, then I need some help
> to publish .
> I've develope two webservices for tomcat 4.1 with eclipse WTP 1.5
> starting from two wsdl file and using the top-down process using
> web-axis apache.
> After develope the remaining part of code with some operation, now, I
> want to publish them onto tomcat 4.1. My problem is that I dont know
> from which part I must start to publish my webservices. Should I export
> them with a war file and install it on tomcat?
> Should I install axis before on tomcat? In wich way I set Axis and my
> webservices onto tomcat?
> I looking for some answer in tutorials but I didnt find something.
> Can Anyone help me? Thanks in advance Andrea
>
>
>
Re: WTP, Axis and Tomcat [message #189401 is a reply to message #189393] Thu, 08 March 2007 03:48 Go to previous messageGo to next message
andrea is currently offline andrea
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Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Sorry but this sugggest dont solve my problem.
I know that in this way I can TEST my webservices but the function that
you point
is useful to publish the webservices in one of the servers onto my machine
installed in eclipse. I'd like to know how to publish on a different
server in my lan where run tomcat 4.1.
In which way I can do this?
Thank Andrea
Re: WTP, Axis and Tomcat [message #189485 is a reply to message #189401] Fri, 09 March 2007 13:12 Go to previous message
Mark Hutchinson is currently offline Mark Hutchinson
Messages: 53
Registered: July 2009
Member
A good place to start would be the Apache axis website
http://ws.apache.org/axis/java/index.html. There should be some
documentation there about how to install axis and deploy a web service.


ponzetti wrote:
> Sorry but this sugggest dont solve my problem.
> I know that in this way I can TEST my webservices but the function that
> you point is useful to publish the webservices in one of the servers
> onto my machine installed in eclipse. I'd like to know how to publish on
> a different server in my lan where run tomcat 4.1.
> In which way I can do this?
> Thank Andrea
>
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