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From Deepal Jayasinghe <>
Subject Re: [Axis2] Resolving the -1 (Re: svn commit: r547848 - in /webservices/axis2/trunk/java/modules/kernel/src/org/apache/axis2: engine/ transport/
Date Sat, 16 Jun 2007 13:30:49 GMT

> Deepal,
> Does revision 547859 work for you? if yes, please go ahead and commit it.
I like all your changes other than enforcing user to call

Let's go ahead with the parameter to control the server start up , I
will go ahead and do the changes.

> Ajith,
> thx for the background info!!!
> thx,
> dims
> On 6/16/07, Ajith Ranabahu <> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Ok here is a brief explantion of what we discussed during the
>> hackathon and since it was not extensively recorded in IRC i believe
>> it will do good to know the thought process and perhaps it will cool
>> down this heated discussion :)
>> We were discussing the user guide .The general consensus was that the
>> current documentation lacks a 'quick starter guide'. Right now one has
>> to scan through at least 4 pages to get to the first code block which
>> will be annoying if you are looking to use Axis2 quickly. Most of the
>> OSS projects (and even products!) tend to have a quick starter guide
>> which is a one page guide of doing the most common tasks. This is
>> lacking in Axis2 and we ended up outlining this quick starter guide.
>> After all the quality matters more than the quantity in this case.
>> Anyway one important topic that came up in this discussion was the
>> importance of having simple ways of doing the basic things. So
>> inspired by Glens shortest possible service deployment testing effort
>> Deepal wrote this AxisServer. IMO its more of a utility (which
>> provides a convenience) rather than an API change or a new
>> functionality addition. If others think it should not be pushed right
>> now I'm also fine with that but IMHO its a collection of things you
>> would anyway do to programmatically deploy a service. (Maybe a name
>> change to something like AxisServerUtility would make it obvious ?)
>> > Does this work for you? please see svn revision 547859.
>> >
>> > *new AxisServer(true).deployService("className");
>> >
>> This seems reasonable to me. I have to agree that it would be better
>> to explicitly state the conditions in this case.
>> -- 
>> Ajith Ranabahu
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