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From Samisa Abeysinghe <samisa.abeysin...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [Axis2]Re: AXIS C++ : Calling a service from other
Date Thu, 25 May 2006 06:33:25 GMT
monica.popuri@hp.com wrote:

>Hi,
>
>Thanks for replying,
>
>I have incorporated a work around to achieve my work in this isssue scenario:
>
>I am invoking client of second service from first as a system call.
>Do you think there is a better approach to do this.
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Well I cannot think of a better approach as of now.
Thanks,
Samisa...

>I really appriciate your immediate reply.
>
>With regards,
>Monica
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>>This is an interesting scenario that we would like to test with Axis2/C.
>>I "hope" this would work. But not tried. Anyway, we would like to
>>support this with Axis2/C at some point.
>>Thanks,
>>Samisa...
>>John Hawkins wrote:
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>>>This is a limitation of all releases of the code. There are no current
>>>plans to fix this
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>>>*monica.popuri@hp.com*
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>>>24/05/2006 13:06
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>>>Thanks for reploying,
>>>Is this a limitation in AXIS C++ 1.6. Is there any plan of developer
>>>team
>>>to fix this in next release.
>>>Thanks
>>>With Regards,
>>>Monica
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>>>>I'm afraid that this is a restriction in the runtime. The engine is
>>>>instantiated either as a server or client unfortunately you cannot
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>>>have
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>>>>both in the same process.
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>>>>"Popuri, Monica" <monica.popuri@hp.com>
>>>>24/05/2006 12:37
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>>>>>Hi All,
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>>>>>I am using Apache AXIS C++ 1.6 and have developed two web services. I
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>>>>need to invoke one web service from other. I have tried to store the
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>>>stubs
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>>>>of first service into other service's dir to create second service as
>>>>client of first but same is not working. When I invoke sec service I
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>>>get
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>>>>following error: No service available
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>>>>>What is exact way to create such a scenario.
>>>>>
>>>>>With Regards,
>>>>>Monica Popuri
>>>>>HP GDIC
>>>>>Prestige AlKareem, 4th Floor, Seat # 30,
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