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From "Brian Dillon" <>
Subject RE: Axis2 Client config location
Date Thu, 03 Jul 2008 16:41:24 GMT

Thanks, I had seen this but I was hoping that there was a configuration
way of doing this rather than needing to hardcode the repository
location. Is there any system parameter way equivalent to the axis1
approach ?



-----Original Message-----
From: Charitha Kankanamge [] 
Sent: 03 July 2008 11:05
Subject: Re: Axis2 Client config location

Hi Brian,
You can use ConfigurationContext to pick up config files (e.g:-
axis2.xml) as follows

1.Create configurationContext from file system as follows.
ConfigurationContext cc =

2. Pass it to stub constructor (If you are using generated client stub)
ServiceStub stub = new ServiceStub(cc);

If you are using serviceClient;
ServiceClient sc = new ServiceClient(cc);

Brian Dillon wrote:

>Is there way to indicate where a standalone axis2 client should pick up

>it's configuration files (e.g. in axis1 this could be done using 
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