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From damitha kumarage <dami...@opensource.lk>
Subject Re: C++ Web Services article
Date Mon, 27 Sep 2004 08:02:52 GMT
Is it possible to build for both apache2 and apache1.3 in the first
place. I guess if you can do for one it is not difficult to do for both

thanks
damitha
On Fri, 2004-09-24 at 18:59, Adrian Dick wrote:
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> Hi,
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> Currently, the ANT script we'll be using for the daily builds compile the
> Client, Transport and XML Parser libraries.  Obviously, we'll also need to
> build the server-side libraries.
> 
> Looking at the documentation it appears there are 3 choices for the
> server-side:
>    Stand-alone Axis C Server
>    Web server module for Apache 1.3
>    Web server module for Apache 2
> 
> Does anyone have an opinion on an obvious first choice for the daily
> builds?  What do most people use out there?
> 
> Adrian
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> _______________________________________
> Adrian Dick (adrian.dick@uk.ibm.com)
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> Hi Folks,
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> I put this up yesterday, Is everyone OK about the choice of parser &
> transport ? Initially It will be Samisas new transport until Libwww gets
> working.
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> John Hawkins
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> Cool :-)
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> We are in the middle of getting regular daily builds put up to the apache
> site. If you can tell us how to create the mage then we can get it put into
> this process :-) If it's easy then we can put it into the ANT scripts for
> you.
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> Our builds are going to be built on
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> Xerces as parser,
> libwww as transport (providing Samisa can make it work  in next few wks)
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>     Intel redhat Adv svr 3.0 (linux kernel 2.4.21-15.EL smp)Update 2  - gcc
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>     3.2.3 (built into OS)
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>     Win 2003 - MS Dev 6.0
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>     AIX 5.1 ML4 - Visual Age C++ 6.0.0.0
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> John Hawkins
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> If project is interesting of making Linux RPMs.
> I had quite a bit of experience with them and can
> try to make one(s) for axis.
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> If so, I need to know some preferences:
> - which XML parser to use (I used expat on Linux)
> - which release to use (so far I used 1.2 with success
> for my business project)
> - which Linux distribution to use (so far I used
> Fedora and RedHat 9), I can make spec files which can
> be tested and used for other Linux distributions
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> One comment though, I can start only in mid-October,
> since I'm going to conference and need to prepare a
> lot of stuff.
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> Valentin.
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> --- John Hawkins <HAWKINSJ@uk.ibm.com> wrote:
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> > Hmm, well I see what they're saying ->
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> >  Apache Axis is rudimentary and lacks good
> > documentation. CRN Test Center
> >  engineers used the installation procedures posted
> > on Apache's Web site but
> >  found the instructions to be mostly incorrect. With
> > no way to get the
> >  product up and running easily, customers and
> > solution providers are forced
> >  to compile the product from scratch, which is a
> > time-consuming process and
> >  would require changes to hard-coded references in
> > header and configuration
> >  files. This product is not recommended for VARs
> > that have not worked with
> >  open-source products.
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> > We do need to improve the distribution of the code
> > such that people can
> > pick up a pre-compiiled build. We are looking into
> > this !  There are also
> > documentation issues outlined here - I can't argue
> > with them - we do need
> > to keep the docs up to date !
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> > I think the most striking thing about this is that
> > Axis C comes out as a
> > developers product. We need to think more about the
> > fact that most people
> > do not want to build code they want to just run with
> > code. Providing clear
> > concise instructions from a users point of view.
> > Developing code with good
> > trace mechanisms, providing code that handles
> > exceptions easily and allows
> > a user to understand how to handle problems - These
> > are things that we need
> > to bear in mind at all times as we go forward. The
> > addition of entry and
> > exit trace in the last few days will help us debug
> > user problems (and thus
> > retain users). The addition of a good steady build
> > and regression suite in
> > the near future will also help maintenance of the
> > code and users get up and
> > running with it.
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> > I think, overall, we should consider that we are
> > going in the right
> > direction ! :-)
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> > John Hawkins
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