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From "Myles Bunbury" <>
Subject RE: Problems running under C++ Builder 6
Date Mon, 18 Jul 2005 18:16:07 GMT
> This is incorrect. For client you have to have AXISCPP_DEPLOY 
> env var set.
> Also you have to have axiscpp.conf file located in 
> %AXISCPP_DEPLOY% folder.
> Both the serve side as well as the client side uses the 
> axiscpp.conf file.
> Client uses this file to locate the transport and parser files.
> If you are only using the client, WSDDFilePath entry is not requires.
> But the rest are required. Please see
> for more details.

I've added AXISCPP_DEPLOY to my system environment variables in the
control panel, and created an axiscpp.conf file in that directory.

The abnormal program termination has gone away but been replaced by an
access violation:

Project Project1.exe raised exception class EAccessViolation with
message 'Access violation at address 00000001. Read of address
00000001'. Process stopped. Use Step or Run to continue.

I recompiled my .LIB file in a release mode to no effect as well.

Still highly puzzled as to what's making this difficult. :(


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Myles Bunbury, BASc.
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