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From Willard <>
Subject Re: Newbie needs a few pointers .. Command line Usage / Eclipse
Date Sat, 21 Jul 2007 17:37:27 GMT
Hi Albert ...
Thanks for the quick note ... did you ever try using the eclipse plugin 
w/o declaring a package?  It worked for me then but of course, I want to 
create a package so its not a long term solution.

I will check out ant!


albert quinn wrote:
>  Hi Willard !! :
>  I'm a newbie too and I've faced the same problem with the Axis 2
> Archiver Eclipse Plugin too. I can tell you what I've done : I've used
> Ant, yeah! u're not familiar with Ant, I wasn't familiar with it but
> it is very very very easy and straightforward, easier than makefiles
> and easier than command line versions. So take a look at the Axis 2
> WeatherService sample, and look at the "build.xml" file. In a few
> seconds u'll be familiar with Ant.
>  Sorry... I've no recommendations for the great quick start guide,
> but call me if u find one, plase!!!.
> 2007/7/21, Willard <>:
>> Hi I am new to Axis2 and I've gotten a few samples running.  I am trying
>> to build a POJO Weather service (both Client and Server).  I was able to
>> get the Eclipse plugin working as long as I do not name my package.
>> Once I name the package the plugin hangs in the Archiver as reported by
>> other users.
>> Can someone point me to instructions for using the command line versions
>> of the tools?  I am not familiar with Ant (makefile guy).  Since the
>> Eclipse plugin is broken I need to learn to use the command line
>> versions and I've found the docs to be a bit light on that ...
>> Also I read two books on WebServices which gives all the workings in
>> great detail but I have yet to find a GREAT quick start guide for
>> actually using this stuff ... any recommendations?
>> Maybe I've not seen the right doc ...
>> Best,
>> Jon
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