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From Jean ANDRE <>
Subject Re: C++ Client
Date Fri, 10 Dec 2004 14:37:40 GMT

Don't forget to set your libpath variable environment too at the console 
window before to start application or in your profile (right click on 
the machine icon).  The DLL should be inyo Axis folder under  the Apache 
server if you use such HTTPD server (the deploy folder). Note also there 
more than on DLL in this folder: For example, in my case, I have :



Best regards,

Jean A

vijay ponnavolu wrote:

>"AxisClient.dll" gets generated when you install Axis
>on your machine. If you haven't already installed Axis
>on the machine where you want to run your webService
>client please do so.
>If you need instructions to install look at the
>installation instructions of Axis on Windows platform.
>--- "Piekorz, Martin" <>
>>Hi @ all,
>>I have a problem. I want to create a c++ client,
>>just the client, for a
>>running service. I got the wsdl from this service.
>>I thought, ok I will create it step by step like
>>it's described in the
>>documentation without looking for the "creating
>>servie" things.
>>I use the wsdl2ws tool for creating the client side
>>files and create my
>>client like described in "Axis C++ Windows User
>>Guide / 1.6 Coding the
>>client" . The result is, it can't find a
>>Axisclient.dll and that's because
>>there isn't such a dll. 
>>In the same documentation in "1.2. Creating the web
>>service"  it's described
>>how to build a DLL, but isn't this dll for the
>>service? Is this the dll
>>which I use to?
>>Could someone explain me step by step how I have to
>>create a c++ client from
>>a wsdl without creating any service. 
>>Is this generally possible? 
>>Thanks a lot of
>>              <\\\ <\\\> > 
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