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From "Castrotorres, Fabrizio" <>
Subject RE: Question about compiling/running Apache Axis on JDK 1.2
Date Mon, 16 Jun 2003 21:37:37 GMT
Right, there are some platforms which require certain JDKs
I would like to integrate axis with our existing production systems, but
sadly they run on jdk 1.2 and there will be no effort to migrate the jdk at

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From: []
Sent: Monday, June 16, 2003 5:26 PM
Subject: RE: Question about compiling/running Apache Axis on JDK 1.2

I would  hope that 1.3 isn't dropped too soon.

Weblogic Server 6.1 and 7 run on jdk 1.3. There will be legacy weblogic
apps around on these platforms for years.

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Sorry JDK 1.2 is not supported nor tested.  In fact, I would suggest you
migrate to JDK 1.4.x if possible.  Eventually I would imagine that JDK 1.3
will be dropped. (IMO).


-----Original Message-----
From: Castrotorres, Fabrizio []
Sent: Monday, June 16, 2003 5:08 PM
To: ''
Subject: Question about compiling/running Apache Axis on JDK 1.2

Hello All,
I am trying to port Apache Axis to JDK 1.2.
Any suggestions or comments on how to go about doing this?

The main problem I seem to be encountering is when I try to compile axis
source and it encounters dynamic proxy classes. (Which do not exist in jdk

>From looking at the source code it looks like this is used within the
Service.getPort() method on the client side. This seems to interface with
the Call object which is generated from the client side Service object? Can
anyone provide any hints which might make it easier for me to understand

Is there a way to "fake" or substitute how dynamic proxies are being used?
I want to still be able to automatically generate the stubs from WSDL using
the standard WSDL2JAVA tool.

Thanks for your help,
Fabrizio Castrotorres

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