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From "Attharkar, Asmita" <>
Subject RE: Axis2 packaging class files in the AAR
Date Thu, 21 Aug 2008 21:22:20 GMT
There is this thing that has been nagging me since long which is related
I want to call my service something else but not axis2.war and I want a url to the web service
which clearly has a context of my service but not axis2...Can we do that? How? I have been
trying to rename the exploded folder but it wouldn't work- Is this context is hardcoded in
the AxisServlet???

Can I do that?? - There is this post raising a question:

I managed to create the "axis2.war" and it runs perfectly.
But now I want to rename it - say into "book.war". When I do so I can address the wsdl at

So far so good- but how can I make Axis to generate in the wsdl the endpoints correctly? These
unfortunately stay at:

soap:address location="http://yourhost:port/axis2/services/BookService" .

-----Original Message-----
From: Bartolomeo Nicolotti []
Sent: Wednesday, August 20, 2008 11:01 AM
Subject: Re: Axis2 packaging class files in the AAR


ho, it's not necessary, actually I have a webservice without any aar.
Here some documentation:

How to Embed an Axis2 based Web Service in your Webapp?

Il giorno mer, 20/08/2008 alle 07.51 -0700, Shah, Sumit ha scritto:
> Hello,
> Is it necessary to package the service related class files in
> the .aar?  Is it sufficient to have the service class files (packaged
> in a jar) in the classpath of the Axis2 WAR file?
> Thanks
> Sumit

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