Ever wonder deploying axis2 web services without archiving them in aars? There is an easy way to deploy axis2 web services directly inside any servlet container. Lets see how this simple deployment can be done.. If you haven't configured axis2 yet, get latest version from here Simply copy axis2.war file in to the webapps directory of your favorite servlet container. Assuming apache tomcat 6 as the servlet container, axis2.war should be copied to ..\apache-tomcat-6.0.10\webapps. Start tomcat. axi2.war will be deployed inside tomcat. Now you have to tell Axis2 to expose files in the given formats as web services. It can be done by adding the following custom element in to axis2.xml which can be found at ..\apache-tomcat-6.0.10\webapps\axis2\WEB-INF\conf\. <deployer extension=".class" directory="pojo" class="org.apache.axis2.deployment.POJODeployer"> This simply says, the files with the extension .class which are placed at pojo directory will be ex
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Recently WSO2 has worked with Eclipse WTP team to integrate wso2 Web Services Application Server (WSAS) in to Eclipse WTP (Web Tools Platform). This greatly reduces the effort of developing java web services and it will definitely a revolutionary tool for web service developers. I would like to introduce a few nice features of this user friendly tool, so that anybody can start to use it for java web services development. In order to use this integrated tool kit, WSO2 web services application server has to be downloaded to your local server. Get the latest WSAS binary distribution from here. Just unzip it to your local file system. Suppose it is placed at C:\webservices\wso2wsas-2.0. Now you have to download Eclipse WTP. An Stable WTP build can be downloaded from Eclipse web tools project . I would recommend you to get the wtp-all-in-one package. Unzip the wtp distribution in to your file system. Suppose its located at C:\eclipsewtp. Next, you need to add WSO2WSAS plugins to wtp in ord
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I wrote a tutorial on apache JMeter and axis2 web services two months back and which was published in wso2.org . It describes the basic scenario of writing a Java service implementation class, Deploy it in a servlet container and send a soap request to the web service using JMeter and retrieving the response. Have a look!!