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From Adrian Dick <>
Subject Re: trouble about c++ client using vc6
Date Mon, 03 Jul 2006 11:00:23 GMT

Does the error occur as you enter the constructor or when invoking
m_pCall->setEndpointURI()    ?
If the former, this suggests a configuration problem which startup trace
should capture.

Are catching any exceptions produced from Axis (ie: catch AxisException) ?
If so, what messages are you seeing?

In any case, I'd recommend enabling trace and startup trace, re-creating
the problem and see if anything obvious shows up in the trace files.
Instructions on using trace can be found here:

Adrian Dick (

iamnxm <> wrote on 03/07/2006 08:09:07:

> I have successfully set up a axis-java webservice. I try to call it
> with a c++ client. There are my steps : 1) Deploying my web service
> using AdminClient Tool. 2) Show WSDL via add "?WSDL" to the end of
> the webservice (eg.http://localhost:8080/update/UpdateService?WSDL)
> 3) Utilise WSDL2WS tool to generate the client stub 4) Create a vc
> MFC wizard project 5) Add stub files to the project 6) Set the
> include path to the include directory of the axis binary
> distribution 7) Add the axis_client.lib to the library modules path
> of this project 8) call webservice like below: UpdateService up;
> char * hasUp = up.hasUpdate(); or UpdateService *up = new
> UpdateService; char * hasUp = up->hasUpdate(); compilation goes well
> but error occurs when runing. I have debuged it and fond that it
> seems that there are some errors in clauses below: UpdateService::
> UpdateService() :Stub(" ", APTHTTP1_1) { m_pCall->setEndpointURI("
>"); } any
> suggestions are appreciated
> View this message in context: trouble about c++ client using vc6
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