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From "Koney, Satish" <>
Subject RE: How to change the port where AdminClient runs?
Date Wed, 20 Oct 2004 15:51:24 GMT
The problem with the AdminClient is that it is not showing any useful
message if it is invoked without any parameters.

This is the message that is displayed.

INFO: Usage:  AdminClient xml-files | list

But when I decompiled the AdminClient file I found that it is using command
line arguments.
The command line args are passed to constructor of Options class.

but there is no help on the usage of AdminClient with command line args..

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Dan Ciarniello []
> Sent:	Wednesday, October 20, 2004 9:07 PM
> To:
> Subject:	Re: How to change the port where AdminClient runs?
> Koney, Satish wrote:
> >Is there anyway to change the port the AdminClient runs in Axis?
> >I need this because, I am getting some error while deploying service
> using
> >AdminClient.
> >
> >  
> >
> ...
> >So I want to see the SOAP request and response message using TCPMON.
> >But If I use 8080, it says the address is in use? So I want to change the
> >port number.
> >  
> >
> The address is in use because your servlet container probably has 8080
> open.
> I don't have the info at hand but if you invoke AdminClient without any 
> arguments, it will print out a help message showing you how to tell it 
> to connect to a different port.  You can then tell AdminClient to 
> connect to port 8082 which is TCPMon's default listening port.  TCPMon 
> will display the request and forward it to port 8080.
> Dan.
>  << File: dciarniello.vcf >> 
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