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From "Nandika Jayawardana" <>
Subject Re: building Axis2/C on windows
Date Sun, 09 Nov 2008 14:16:47 GMT
If you are building the C++ wrapper, did you edit the file and
then ran the build.bat. It should build the libraries for you.


On Sat, Nov 8, 2008 at 3:47 AM, Yanroy <> wrote:

> I've continued investigating this issue all day.  I think I've made some
> progress.  I discovered I was setting my build target in the wrong place.
> Now I'm using dist_as_lib and it mostly works (gets further, anyways).  I
> also added in libcurl.  I downloaded some binaries for windows off the curl
> site, but it has a libcurl.a file inside it instead of the libcurl_imp.lib
> file that axis seems to be looking for.  What should I do about this?  I
> can't find any download of libcurl that has that file in it, and from a
> cursory examination it doesn't look like building from source will get it
> for me.  Do I even need curl support?  Can axis make outgoing HTTP requests
> without it?
> When I disable libcurl, I now run into a different problem.  This one seems
> to be in the sandesha module (which I don't want but can't figure out how
> to
> turn off -- I think it's being built by the WSO2 WSF/C++ build script).  I
> get an internal compiler error.  My guess is that it's using some kind of
> advanced templating technique and my ancient compiler can't cope with it.
> Is it a lost cause trying to use Axis2/C on MSVC++ 6?
> Thanks again.  I'm getting increasingly desperate.  I may have to switch to
> another SOAP library if I can't get this working.  Though there's no
> guarantee another one would work any better...
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