2 Replies Latest reply on May 3, 2006 9:54 AM by Feris Thia

    Axis on JBoss4

    Feris Thia Newbie

      Hi,

      I rather new to JBoss 4 and Axis. Just curious for the web services
      that I run using a simple WS from the client I have to run it using
      these jars :
      jbossall-client.jar
      axis-ws4ee.jar
      jboss-j2ee.jar
      commons-discovery.jar
      commons-logging.jar
      wsdl4j.jar
      jbossws4ee-client.jar

      Are those jars should always have to be in our web service client
      beside of the stubs ?? And from a forum I also notice that we always
      need an axis-client-config.xml in each of our client app folder.... Is
      that so ?

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        • 1. Re: Axis on JBoss4
          Ramon Navalon Newbie

          You don't have to put those libraries in your client.

          You can build the client as you want (i.e. with .NET and C#) and it will run ok.

          Those libraries are only required under JBoss WebServices server.

          If you are using Java you need Apache Axis. Download and install it.

          For building a client you must run utility WSDL2Java for generating stubs.

          For running the client you need those stubs and libraries that you'll find in lib directory of Axis.

          And that's all.

          • 2. Re: Axis on JBoss4
            Feris Thia Newbie

            Hi Navalonna,

            I see... got the point.

            Thanks,

            Feris