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From "Mahindra" <>
Subject RE: Axis Examples
Date Wed, 23 Oct 2002 08:36:55 GMT
Thanks!! I 'll check it

-----Original Message-----
From: Dennis Sosnoski [] 
Sent: Wednesday, October 23, 2002 1:22 PM
Subject: Re: Axis Examples

I just tried running my client again and didn't have a problem. Perhaps 
the difficulty is with your proxy, or with the name lookup - there's 
been some disruption of DNS today.

  - Dennis

Mahindra wrote:

>Hey I just did as u had mentioned in the 
>works fine but I am not able to connect to web service cause axis is 
>not able to connect to service. I am invoking it this way:
>	java -DproxyPort=80 -DproxyHost= SpellTest
>I am getting the following error
> connect (code=10051)
>What is the reason
>-----Original Message-----
>From: []
>Sent: Wednesday, October 23, 2002 2:49 AM
>Subject: RE: Axis Examples
>Hi Tim,
>Most document/literal services (at least the .NET ones) are actually 
>taking a list of method parameters and wrapping them in a single 
>document. If this is the type you're dealing with, Axis takes care of 
>the details for you pretty much automatically - you just call the 
>method in the generated proxy class with each parameter supplied 
>I gave a presentation on Axis a couple of weeks ago where I finished by

>using Axis to build a client to a (.NET document/literal) service 
>chosen by the audience. The details of the demo are here: 
> The WSDL for 
>the service used is here: 
> The full presentation 
>is here:
>  - Dennis
>Original Message:
>From: Tim Lee
>Date: Tue, 22 Oct 2002 17:00:08 -0400
>Subject: Axis Examples
>Hello All,
>I'm new to Axis and I need to write a client that connects to a web 
>service that handles messaging using the document/literal mechanism.  I

>found a lot of examples using rpc.  I was wondering if anyone could 
>point me to some examples using the document/literal mechanism?
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