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From "Yuvaraj Athur Raghuvir" <>
Subject Re: Using AXIS2C from scripting environment
Date Thu, 16 Aug 2007 09:15:20 GMT

Enclosed is a log of the yahoo application I am trying.

1) When I try this from home, everything works fine. And I get a response.
2) At work, I work behind a firewall with a proxy server associated.
a) The yahoo_client.c responds perfectly fine. I can see the results
b) When I do it via the scripting environment I speak about, I get a
failure. The return value is null.

I replaced proxy server with IP address -> no difference

Am I missing any settings that are available via the VC++ environment but
not available when done outside the standard environment?


(log file enclosed)


Error in the log file is the following:
[Thu Aug 16 14:31:20 2007] [error]
..\..\src\core\transport\http\sender\http_sender.c(528) status_code < 0

Later the log also says:
[Thu Aug 16 14:31:20 2007] [debug] ..\..\src\core\engine\engine.c(179) Axis2
engine send successful

But there is no receive....

On 8/9/07, Dumindu Pallewela <> wrote:
> Yuvaraj Athur Raghuvir wrote:
> > Can you also tell me the location from where I can download the
> following?
> > a) libapr-1.lib apr-1.lib libhttpd.lib & associated dlls
> These libs are in the lib/ directory of your apache installation. DLLs
> can be found inside bin/ directory. You can download apache win32
> binaries from:
> > b) libcurl_imp.lib & associated dlls [should I choose with SSL or
> without?]
> We don't have SSL support for libcurl transport yet. :( However, we do
> have our own client SSL transport.
> Anyway you can find the libs in the directory you extracted libcurl
> package, if you downloaded it from the official site.
> Whether to build with SSL or without, is up to you and depends on your
> requirement.
> > c) httpd.lib & associated dlls
> Same as in a).
> > d) ssl ( I have got the installation from Shining Light Productions - is
> > this ok)?
> As far as it contains the necessary libs, it is fine :)
> Regards,
> Dumindu.
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