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From Brad Siegfreid <>
Subject Re: OS X installation: almost there
Date Fri, 30 Apr 2004 12:37:28 GMT
My installation of Axis is on our development network at work so I'm I 
can't confirm this:

Running on OS X there is a good chance you are using Safari. Axis is 
returning XML which Safari doesn't display. View source and see what 
you have. I switch to Mozilla when debugging XML responses.

I'm sure you'll find that the OS X Java plug-in doesn't like the HTML 
for the SOAPMonitor either. It can't parse the "%" in the height and 
width for the applet.


On Apr 29, 2004, at 1:38 AM, Matthew Calhoun wrote:

> Hello,
> I'm trying to get a simple web service up and running using Axis 1.1 
> and Tomcat 4.1.30 under Mac OS 10.3.3. Tomcat seems to be running 
> fine, and I've followed the Axis installation instructions closely. 
> When I go to http://localhost:8080/axis/ I get the welcome page, and 
> when I click on the link to run happyaxis.jsp it tells me all of the 
> core libraries are present and one optional library (something to do 
> with security) is missing.
> The real trouble starts when I try the next 2 links. Clicks on "View" 
> and "Call a local endpoint" both result in blank pages. The browser 
> says it's finished loading, but there's nothing there.
> I've been trying to find the problem all evening, but so far without 
> success. I am a bit overwhelmed by the number of areas where things 
> could be going wrong. Should I be looking for problems in my 
> installation of Axis? In Tomcat? In my browser? If anyone has a 
> suggestion as to the most likely source of this problem, I would love 
> to hear it.
> Thanks,
> Matt

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