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From "Cory Isaacson" <>
Subject Fw: Using SOAP with Websphere
Date Tue, 18 Jul 2000 23:38:25 GMT

Thanks for this info. We are using WebSphere 3.02, with JDK1.1.7, which
supports JSP1.0. Do we still have to do the patch you talk about in #1?

Also, did you install the SOAP Servlets in a web application?

If you fill in these couple of blanks, I think we'll be all set. I am also
willing to do a complete set of instructions if you can help me get it up
and running.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Wouter Cloetens" <>
To: <>
Cc: "Guy Galil" <>
Sent: Tuesday, July 18, 2000 5:12 AM
Subject: Re: Using SOAP with Websphere

> On Sun, 16 Jul 2000 11:14:05 +0200, Guy Galil wrote:
> >We use IBM WebSphere 2.03
> >What do we need to do to run the SOAP server under it instead of Tomcat.
> Guy,
> I've been running the IBM SOAP4j for a while on WebSphere now. I promised
Sanjiva to
> write up the instructions properly so he could include it in the FAQ list,
but I can't find the
> time to do it. I'm going to dump a quick & dirty in here and I hope it
helps you. I will forward
> all the files I patched to you privately (note: all still SOAP4j level).
> What I did:
> 1. Patched SOAPMappingRegistry to make it work on JDK 1.1.6. See my post
dated 29
> May on the alphaworks discussion forum. This still isn't fixed in the
latest version of that
> file in Apache-SOAP.
> 2. Ported the deployment tool and RPC routing JSP files to a level
understood by
> WebSphere v2 (JSP version 0.9 or 0.91 I think?). I took the easy approach
and ripped out
> support for anything but the "request" scope.
> 3. Put xerces.jar in the WebSphere JVM classpath before xml4j.jar (use the
> interface to access the JVM settings, or edit
> bfn, Wouter

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