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From Nadir Amra <>
Subject Re: axiscpp problems
Date Wed, 15 Nov 2006 18:27:24 GMT
Project is probably more stable then axis2 at the moment, and is 
continually being enhanced and fixes applied.  Yes, you need to have an 
axiscpp.conf file and you do have to set the AXISCPP_DEPLOY environment 
variable.  And I guess PATH environment variable should include paths to 
the dlls or you can specify the paths in the axiscpp.conf file, for 


Nadir K. Amra

Nicholas Hart <> wrote on 11/15/2006 11:53:03 AM:

> I'm having trouble getting axiscpp to work.  I tried the 1.6b version, 
> but my wsdl uses nillable elements and it produced code that doesn't 
> compile.  the 1.6 "current" version seems to have this problem fixed 
> (although there were a couple minor syntax errors in the generated code 
> which I fixed by hand).  my test app seems to link ok, but when I run 
> it, it throws an exception that it can't find the XML parser--even 
> though I'm pretty sure I followed the rest of the install directions 
> correctly:
> Axis Exception : DLOPEN FAILED in loading parser library Failed to load 
> parser '
> AxisXMLParser.dll' within server engine:
>                   Error Message='The specified module could not be 
> '
>                  Error Code='126'
>                   Load lib error=''
> I'm pretty much stuck and have spent the last couple days spinning my 
> wheels on this--I've tried building from source with no luck and even 
> tried on linux, which I thought might be easier--but I'm encountering 
> problems there as well.
> What's the state of this project?  should I be using axis2c instead?  Is 

> all this complicated setup (eg: axiscpp.conf, setting paths, etc) 
> necessary for a simple client?
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