1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 9, 2003 11:29 PM by Anil Saldhana

    Problem with administering AXIS

    Vasu Bathina Newbie

      Hi,
      I have installed JBoss 3.2.1 successfully and hit the url http://localhost:8080/jboss-net/index.html from my Browser.So far so good but when i clicked the link "Administer Axis", it gave me error message with description "The requested resource (/jboss-net/servlet/AdminServlet) is not available."
      I searched the whole Jboss install directory and didn;t find AdminServlet andwhere..Do i need to install anything apart from JBoss3.2.1 ?
      Any idea what to do about that..I need to write a simple webservice to start with..some suggestions please.

        • 1. Re: Problem with administering AXIS
          Anil Saldhana Newbie

          There should be a directory called jboss-net.sar under <jb_server>/server/default/conf If it is present, check if there is a jboss-net.jar present inside the directory jboss-net.sar

          This jar file should contain the AdminServlet.class file

          Check,
          jboss-net.sar]$ jar -tvf jboss-net.jar
          0 Tue Sep 09 07:24:22 CDT 2003 META-INF/
          453 Tue Sep 09 07:24:20 CDT 2003 META-INF/MANIFEST.MF
          0 Mon Sep 08 05:49:44 CDT 2003 org/
          0 Mon Sep 08 05:49:44 CDT 2003 org/jboss/
          ......
          966 Mon Sep 08 05:49:44 CDT 2003 org/jboss/net/axis/server/AxisAdminServlet.class
          13667 Mon Sep 08 05:49:44 CDT 2003 org/jboss/net/axis/server/AxisService.class
          331 Mon Sep 08 05:49:44 CDT 2003 org/jboss/net/axis/server/AxisServiceMBean.class
          971 Mon Sep 08 05:49:44 CDT 2003 org/jboss/net/axis/server/AxisServiceServlet.class


          If this jar does not contain the classes for axis, then it won't be deployed....