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From "Kurt Kavanaugh" <kkavana...@teletrol.com>
Subject RE: url-pattern not working with AxisServlet
Date Tue, 06 May 2008 19:51:10 GMT

Respectfully disagree

Then why document Tomcat/Axis? Where is the line drawn? Axis has no
business level requirements to run in a given container technology. Or
do they?

If a given set of elements, Apache,connector,Tomcat make up a common
model of deployment why not facilitate?

Anyway just an opinion, as stated I take full blame for not picking this
up earlier.

However, documentation is good. I see no downside, other than the time
it takes to do so, and time is everything...

:)

Kurt


-----Original Message-----
From: Christopher Schultz [mailto:chris@christopherschultz.net] 
Sent: Tuesday, May 06, 2008 3:08 PM
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: url-pattern not working with AxisServlet

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Kurt,

Kurt Kavanaugh wrote:
| That would be a correct. :) Perhaps an interesting annotation in the
| Axis 2 documentation as I am sure we are not the only ones using the
| connector.
|
| Straight forward once detected, but with all the setup that goes on
| introducting a new SOAP stack to a legacy development environment in
can
| be overlooked. Case in point.

I disagree that Axis should document this requirement. Axis has no
requirements necessitating the use of Apache httpd. If your own
environment has such requirements, it is up to you to appropriately
configure it. There is plenty of documentation on using mod_jk to
connect httpd to Tomcat.

- -chris

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