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From Alexandros Karypidis <>
Subject Re: New volunteer needs help setting up
Date Mon, 09 Nov 2009 15:24:15 GMT
Thanks Daniel,

Indeed it solved my problem and also allows me to know why it didn't 
work in the first place.

Daniel Kulp wrote:
> You also need an implementation of the cxf server side stuff.  You can either:
> 1) use cxf-rt-transport-http-jetty to get the jetty based stuff.    This is 
> most likely what eclipse is pulling in (more in a sec).
> 2) use the servlet transport built into cxf-rt-transport-http.   If you do 
> that, you would need something like httpunit or embedded jetty something to 
> bring up the servlet.   
> Eclipse projects don't differentiate between "test" resources and "runtime" 
> resources like Maven does.   When maven creates the projects, all the 
> resources are exported.  In your case, the jaxws frontend has a test scope dep 
> on cxf-rt-transport-http-jetty.   Thus, in Eclipse, all the modules that 
> depend on jaxws also get jetty.   However, in Maven, they don't.   They would 
> explicitly need to also declare a test scope dep.
> Dan

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