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From Michael Sutter <>
Subject Re: axis simple http server versus apache
Date Fri, 02 Nov 2007 15:37:30 GMT
Hello Subra,

thanks for your answer. But I had exported the LD_LIBRARY_PATH in the 
apache start script to the LD_LIBRARY_PATH I use when starting the axis 
simple server (done with echo $LD_LIBRARY_PATH).  The other difference I 
saw is  that the apache daemon runs as another user than the  axis 
simple server. So changed the user running the apache daemon to the user 
running the axis simple server.  So the library path should for both be 
the same and there should be no access violations for the libraries.

But this don't work. In the error log I found the reason. My service 
access some corba classes and this produce the crash of the service. But 
I don't know why because the library path is the same in apache and axis 
server. Could it be that the apache generally could not access the corba 
classes and why?

Kind regards

Subra A Narayanan wrote:
> Hey Michael,
> I think the reason you are getting this error is because apache is not 
> able to locate and load one of you libraries. Try this:
> copy all ur shared libraries in to the /usr/lib (or /usr/lib64 ) 
> folder and try ur test with apache again. If that solves ur problem, 
> you may need to modify ur file to add the location of ur 
> library files to tell apache where to look for the library files that 
> it needs.
> Subra
> On 10/31/07, *Michael Sutter * < 
> <>> wrote:
>     Hello list,
>     I have a problem with a service running in the apache webserver.
>     When I run the service with the axis simple server everything works
>     fine. But when I run it inside apache I always get:
>     raw_xml_in_out_msg_recv.c(109) Impl object for service 'DAQStatus'
>     not
>     set in message receiver. 100 :: Failed in creating DLL
>     When I understand the message right the service can't get the input
>     correct. Am I right? Does anybody know why this could occur and
>     why only
>     in apache?
>     The input is only a string - the output is a compley datatype
>     containing
>     6 boolean and 6 int variables.
>     Kind Regards
>     Michael
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