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From FONTDEVILA Diego <Diego.FONTDEV...@bsg.com.ar>
Subject RE: How to create the server-config.wsdd file in a script (withou t any running server)
Date Thu, 15 Jan 2004 20:15:13 GMT
What I did was use the AdminClient to publish my service with the server
running, and it created the service section in server-config.wsdd (saved in
WEB-INF in the axis webapp directory in Tomcat), then I took what I needed
from that file and copied it in my own version of server-config.wsdd, the
one I use for deploy inside the war file.

					Diego
-----Original Message-----
From: Heitzeg, Bill [mailto:bill.heitzeg.ctr@sabre.com]
Sent: Jueves 15 de Enero de 2004 15:46
To: axis-user@ws.apache.org
Subject: RE: How to create the server-config.wsdd file in a script
(without any running server)


Petr,
	I believe I'm doing what you're asking.  I'm just placing everything
directly in the server-config.wsdd and then kicking off Ant to build it all
into a war.  In other words, I have a server-config.wsdd file as part of my
build project, I place all my config information in this file (what would
normally be passed in as part of deploy.wsdd) and then add it to the war
when I build.  I don't use deploy.wsdd at all.

If that doesn't help, I can send you what I have in a zip file.

Bill

-----Original Message-----
From: Petr Kozelka [mailto:pkozelka@email.cz]
Sent: Thursday, January 15, 2004 12:50 PM
To: axis-user@ws.apache.org
Subject: How to create the server-config.wsdd file in a script (without
any running server)


Hello,

I need to create a WAR file containing whole AXIS + my webservice, in 
order to make the deployment of my webservice same as deploying any 
other WAR.

The problem is that I did found no way to create the server-config.xml 
file without having any server running. I need to do this in an ANT 
script, because the whole process will be reproduced many times at 
several machines, typically disconnected from the corporate network.
But it seems that the AdminClient utility
   a) always tries to connect a server
   b) never returns the server-config.wsdd file to a caller-accessible 
location; instead, it is created just on the server.

Is there a way to convince the AdminClient or other utility to produce 
the wsdd file at the clientside, without connecting webserver ?

Thanks,
Petr


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