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From Shawn Dahlen <>
Subject Re: [Axis2] Dig in to Axis 2
Date Thu, 10 Feb 2005 23:15:44 GMT
Eran -

Thanks for the the quick tips.  I was able to setup the Axis2 project
with Eclipse in no time.  I have been lurking for a few weeks now on
the dev mailing list and wiki site to check out the progress you have
all been making.

I have a great interest in a low-level SOAP-based messaging model, and
will dive into your client API and have a look at its async
capabilities.  Time permitting, I will try to reply within a few days
with some constructive feedback.

Shawn Dahlen
On Thu, 10 Feb 2005 16:22:33 +0600, Eran Chinthaka
<> wrote:
> Hi,
> Some of you might be interesting in looking at Axis 2, and since the M1
> release is coming, we really appreciate if you all can have a look at that.
> So to do that, I thought of giving you some quick tips as how to set up the
> project.
> 1.  Get a latest copy from
> totype2
> (if you are a committer, there is a quite a bit of setting up SVN, if you
> have never accessed SVN before. Look at
>, section 1.11.1 for more details)
> This location of prototype two may change soon to main src tree at
> 2. Install Maven (you can download that from
> 3. Go to the prototype2 folder in the command prompt and type "maven". This
> will automatically download all the jars, compile, test and build the
> system.
> 4. If you want to set up this in your favorite IDE:
>         - for IntellijIDEA type "maven idea" (without quotes). This will
> generate IDEA .ipr, .iml and .iws project files
>         - for eclipse type "maven eclipse" (without quotes). This will
> generate project files for eclipse.
> To see a list of goals in maven or to find other IDE support type "maven
> -g".
> So you are done.
> Have a nice time with Axis 2 code. ;)
> Regards,
> Eran Chinthaka
> Lanka Software Foundation

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