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From "Kellogg, Richard" <RKell...@MICROS.COM>
Subject RE: Axis as standalone
Date Fri, 11 Apr 2003 13:48:11 GMT
This SimpleAxisServer is only intended for internal testing purposes.  I would not rely on
it in the future.  

Rick Kellogg

-----Original Message-----
From: Rodrigo Ruiz []
Sent: Friday, April 11, 2003 9:37 AM
Subject: Re: Axis as standalone

There is a class:


that could be what you are looking for :-)

Hope it helps,
Rodrigo Ruiz

----- Original Message -----
From: "Teemu Kanstrén" <>
To: <>
Sent: Friday, April 11, 2003 2:13 PM
Subject: Axis as standalone

> Hello all,
>  And another question.. I tried searching the archives, docs etc. but
> couldn't find a clear answer. Is is possible to run Axis as a standalone
> SOAP server, without the servlet container? Ie. start it from inside the
> VM in which I run my app. So it would receive the HTTP requests and
> process the SOAP by itself.
>  And if its possible in Axis, is it possible through JAX-RPC in general?
> Through I don't think I would change the JAX-RPC implemenation I use, I
> wouldn't want to bind too much to any single one.
>  I need to expose some methods from my app through SOAP, so any input on
> how to best do this would be appreciated. Should I expose the services
> through Axis, deploying in Tomcat and use RMI or something similar to
> communicate the SOAP requests forward to my app-server? Any input on how
> you did it or what is generally considered best/good-practice would be
> welcome.
>  Talking about my app and app-server I mean just my basic own application.
> Acting as a server for some other applications. Possibly inside the same
> VM. Possibly not. But no EJB's or anything. So the simpler the better.
> Don't have any servlets or need for them, other than if I need to set one
> up for Axis (or whichever).
> Thanks,

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