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From "Chris Schumann" <cschum...@twp-llc.com>
Subject Re: Total Newb has Stupid Questions
Date Tue, 12 Jun 2007 18:10:03 GMT
Wow. That was incredibly easy. Too bad the instructions don't make that
clear.

Many thanks,
Chris


sumedha rubasinghe said:
> Hi,
> There are several ways for you to do this. But the most appropriate in
> this case is to use an IDE (eg: eclipse) or use Ant/maven to create a
> java project to write the RM enabled service. (Just do a google & you
> will find many tutorials on how to set CLASSPATH)
>
> But you do not have to do any of this!!!.
> We have bundled the RM enabled service archive along with the Sandesha2
> binary distribution.
> You can find it @
> <Sandesha2-binary-dist-location>/samples/services/RMSampleService.aar.
>
> With this in hand, you can straight away go to step 6 in section
> 'Creating and deploying a RM enabled Web Service -SimpleService'.
>
> Good luck!!!
>
>
>
>
>
>
> On 6/12/07, Chris Schumann <cschumann@twp-llc.com> wrote:
>>
>> Thanks for the tip, but I have the JAVA_HOME correct. It's the
>> CLASSPATH that's not set properly.
>>
>> The sandesha2 user guide says "Add all the files that come under the
>> AXIS2_HOME/lib to your CLASSPATH" but doesn't say how that's done.
>>
>> Chris
>>
>> sumedha rubasinghe said:
>> > Edit /etc/profile file & add following line to the bottom. This will
>> point JAVA_HOME variable to you installation location & puts
>> > JAVA_HOME/bin to the front of PATH variable.
>> >
>> >
>> > JAVA_HOME='<path-to-your-java-home>'
>> > export $JAVA_HOME
>> >
>> > PATH='$JAVA_HOME/bin':$PATH
>> > export $PATH
>> >
>> >
>> > After you do this, logout & login back & type 'which java' in the
>> command line.
>> > This should display the location of java command as,
>> >
>> > $JAVA_HOME/bin/java
>> >
>> >
>> > Good luck !!!
>> >
>> > On 6/12/07, Chris Schumann <cschumann@twp-llc.com> wrote:
>> >>
>> >> I've been tasked with showing WS-RM using Sandesha, but I'm totally
>> inexperienced in making Java work.
>> >>
>> >> I'm running Fedora Core 6, and I think I have Axis2 running. I
>> tried following the Sandesha instructions, but FC6 comes with some
>> other Java, and I get Incompatible magic number.
>> >>
>> >> I have installed Sun's jdk, but I don't know how to set my
>> CLASSPATH properly to get the demo to compile. I'm getting errors
>> like "package org.apache.axiom.om does not exist"
>> >>
>> >> Tips and pointers greatly appreciated.
>> >>
>> >> Thanks,
>> >> Chris
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
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