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From "Leo de Blaauw" <>
Subject Re: How to Print the SOAP Request and Response Soap XML in Axis
Date Thu, 16 Oct 2003 17:33:52 GMT

We just use handlers on client and server side to log the request and response
messages, wich works great ! There are samples on handlers in the samples directory

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Soma Shekar 
  Sent: Thursday, October 16, 2003 3:57 PM
  Subject: How to Print the SOAP Request and Response Soap XML in Axis


  i am an toddler in Axis , 
  i just want to print the request and response SOAP XML from Axis 

  any body help me in this .

  Soma Shekar

  A minute's success pays the failure of years :).
    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: Yves Gerber 
    Sent: Thursday, October 16, 2003 6:56 PM
    Subject: RE: Axis on Java Web Services Developer pack

    I have the axis folder in: C:\jwsdp-1.2\webapps\
    and my lib for my environment variables is:

    when I'm at the DOS prompt, what directory SHOULD I be at, and what directory should I
start with when I do the "java  " line?
    Maybe if anyone using Win XP Pro can tell me exactly how they installed axis and everything
from scratch, that'd help me know what step I may have skipped... http://localhost:8080/axis/index.html
works, (the jsp pages don't but there is a server working there).

    "Volkmann, Mark" <> wrote:
      I don't know what the specific problem is (obviously a classpath issue), but I can confirm
that you can run Axis using the the version of Tomcat that ships with the JWSDP. I do that
all the time.

      > -----Original Message----- 
      > From: Yves Gerber [] 
      > Sent: Thursday, October 16, 2003 4:09 AM 
      > To: 
      > Subject: Axis on Java Web Services Developer pack. 
      > Hi, I have Sun's Java Web Services Developer pack 1.2, which includes 
      > Tomcat... I think 5. Anyway, I installed Axis 1.1 on it, and got the 
      > enviro variables 
      > set, but I go to run the example (as in the User's guide), or any other 
      > .java and I get basically the same error response: 
      > Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: 
      > samples/userguide/example1/TestClient 
      > I was using Tomcat 4.1, before it didn't work, so I thought I'd go with 
      > the JWSDP 1.2- same thing (only now Axis doesn't read .jsp pages, but 
      > that's another problem). 

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