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From Mandar Nandale <>
Subject Re: I want to change default service URL in axis2_http_server
Date Fri, 29 Jun 2012 06:39:34 GMT
Hi George,
       Thanks for reply, I am using simple axis2c server (axis2c-1.6.0)
with staff code. Anyway i tried using
http://localhost:9090/services/service_name and its works for me.
               Now my question is, whether axis2c is open source software?
if not, What are the steps to get Licensed version...
I am going to create RESTful services with staff and i will use axis2c
server to host those services. I am going to implement this in commercial
product so will you please explain me the licensing process.

On Thu, Jun 28, 2012 at 7:18 PM, George Loring

> Hi Mandar,****
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> What web server are you using?  Are you using Apache httpd?****
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> Take a look at this webpage:****
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> If you’re using Apache httpd, it advises not to do what you’re asking,
> mainly because all hits to your server would invoke the Axis2C module.  We
> have configured Axis2C to only have one prefix as the article mentions and
> it works fine.  It’s just a change to the httpd configuration file where
> you load the Axis2C module.  So, you could do something like
> http://localhost:9090/services/service_name as an example and remove the
> need for “axis2” in your endpoint.****
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> *From:* Mandar Nandale []
> *Sent:* Thursday, June 28, 2012 1:30 AM
> *To:*
> *Subject:* I want to change default service URL in axis2_http_server****
> ** **
> Hi,
> I am using axis2c server with staff to implement RESTful services, so when
> i create some service using staff_codegenerator and install it, we can see
> the service at:
>  http://localhost:9090/axis2/services/service_name   so i want to remove
> axis2/services part from this url so that i can access my services at:
>  http://localhost:9090/service_name
> What changes i have to do to achieve this? which files to edit?
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