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From "Rajith Attapattu" <>
Subject Re: How to create multiple web services
Date Sat, 04 Nov 2006 17:37:43 GMT

I would definitely recomend using Axis2 which is where all the innovation is
Axis is maintainence mode with no active development.

As I understand your requirment is whether u can deploy multiple web
services within the same axis2 instance ? (Rahul correct me if I am wrong
The answer is yes.  You can deploy "n" no of services.

I am not sure about what u mean by keeping them in different directories ??
Can u explain a bit more?

All services are deployed to a single directory as an archive file or in
"exploded format". Either way as a user u really don't have to worry as
axis2 will handle it and they will be distinct independent services.

Perhapse if you can explain what u are trying to achive then we can help u



On 11/3/06, Gupta, Rahul <> wrote:
> Axis1 and Axis2 are two different servlet container provided by Apache,if
> I am not wrong.Actually  I want to deploy different web services,by using
> either of them (Axis1 or Axis2) but I m confused which would be more better.
> As you said Axis2 by default keeps services independently, does it means
> that Axis1 does not keep service independently while Axis2 keeps
> independently.Therefore, whenever I would deploy a new web service in
> Axis1 it has to be in same directory Tomcat5.5/webapps/axis/service1...service2...serviceN
> and if I deploy in Axis2 it would be in different directory. I mean how
> Axis2 keeps service indepedently.
> Could  you please explain.
> Sorry for asking such basic questions, as I am new to Web services.
> Thanks
> Rahul
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Thilina Gunarathne []
> Sent: Friday, November 03, 2006 3:08 AM
> To:
> Subject: Re: How to create multiple web services
> Your question is not clear to me... Are you talking about running
> Axis1 & Axis2 in the same servlet container or to have several Axis1
> or Axis2 webapps running in the same servlet container...
> I assume its the second issue since you are talking about keeping
> services independently...  This is not an issue in Axis2...Axis2 by
> default keeps the services independently when you are deploying
> multiple services in same Axis2 web app... No need to have separate
> sevlets..
> Thilina
> On 11/3/06, Gupta, Rahul <> wrote:
> > Hi
> >
> > I am just a beginner in web services and I have to figure out one
> problem. If I want to create multiple web services, Is their any way I can
> configure multiple axis in Apache as like we are doing for one axis, so that
> the webapps directory of Apache would now contain axis1,axis2....axisN, so
> that I can now keep my related services independently in each folder.
> >
> > Thanks
> > Rahul
> >
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