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From "Wally Dennis" <>
Subject Re: axis2 vs axis1 -- Advanced Installation: adding Axis to your own Webapp
Date Mon, 08 Sep 2008 13:46:52 GMT
Yes, this can be done.  I have an existing Enterprise Application running 
on WebSphere 6 and I have done this.  I simply added all of the Axis2 jars 
in a shared library, associated that library with my application, and then 
manually added the AxisServlet to the web.xml of my existing web 
application.  So far, it has worked with no issues.

emiddio-verizon <> 

09/04/2008 09:34 PM
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axis2 vs axis1 -- Advanced Installation: adding Axis to your own Webapp

in section 
Advanced Installation: adding Axis to your own Webapp
it says you can "If you are experienced in web application development, 
and especially if you wish to add web services to an existing or complex 
webapp, you can take an alternate approach to running Axis. Instead of 
adding your classes to the Axis webapp, you can add Axis to your 
this sounds like using axis as an api -- where one could build a j2ee app 
-- such as an Enteprise Application -- .EAR file.
-- which sounds like an axis1 web service app could be deployed to a j2ee 
app server without an axis.war having been deployed into a servlet 
i have been looking to see if the same thing can be done with axis2 -- but 
so far i have not found any documentation applicable to this question ?
does anyone know the answer??

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