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From "Jeff Poling" <>
Subject RE: [Axis2] Axis1 a better choice?
Date Fri, 15 Sep 2006 16:12:19 GMT
   Thanks for the reply.  My comments, embedded below:

> 1) Log4J - not needed by axis2 .
> 2) commons-logging ... needed but I've never seen a problem 
> related to it.

   The default configuration appears to use both.  I had to comment out
using those and use SimpleLogging (or whatever it was called) instead in
the setup.

> 3) Xalan - not used by axis2 .

   Not used per se, but is needed to clear up an incompatibility with
Java 1.5 XML parsing (if I remember correctly, the "adding Xalan fix" is
listed on the Axis2 website).

> 4) NoSuchMethodError means the that class was compiled with one
> version, but now another version is present at runtime. Do you have
> commons-httpclient-3.0.jar in your war and _no other version_ in a
> higher classloader ? Do a search on your filesystem to make sure. If
> you are running tomcat inside jboss please state so.

   Tomcat is standalone.  I did the search, and httpclient shows up only
in Axis2's WEB-INF/lib.  If the classes are anywhere else, they're
embedded in another .jar file somewhere.  I checked the .jar files I
add, and httpclient wasn't in any of those.

> To see if you want to use axis2 or not:

   Looks like I do not.  Thanks for the link.


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