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From John Hawkins <>
Subject RE: SimpleAxisServer will not start
Date Tue, 03 May 2005 08:54:12 GMT
Hi Jeff,

Is there a JIRA we need here to stop this error from happening again? What 
was the problem with the files - were they not there? Is it something we 
can code for or at least put out a warning message? I thought we already 
did this stuff but obviously not enough !

Jeff Clary <> 
29/04/2005 16:00
Please respond to
"Apache AXIS C Developers List"

"'Apache AXIS C Developers List'" <>

RE: SimpleAxisServer will not start

After trying your document step by step and getting SimpleAxisServer to at 
least start (haven't tried the clients yet), I went back and compared that 
success carefully with my earlier attempt.  It turns out I originally had 
bad paths in my axiscpp.conf for XMLParser, Transport_http, Channel_HTTP, 
and Channel_HTTP_SSL.  Thanks for the help.

-----Original Message----- 
From: Samisa Abeysinghe [] 
Sent: Friday, April 29, 2005 12:46 AM 
To: Apache AXIS C Developers List 
Subject: RE: SimpleAxisServer will not start 

Given the numerous complaints on Simple Axis Server not working, I got a 
fresh machine (never touched by Axis C++) and installed Axis C++ from 
scratch and documented the process of how to get it running. 
PFA the document 
The operating system on the machine was Windows 2003 server. 
-----Original Message----- 
From: Samisa Abeysinghe [] 
Sent: Friday, April 29, 2005 9:21 AM 
To: Apache AXIS C Developers List; 
Subject: RE: SimpleAxisServer will not start 
As mentioned in the reply thread, Xerces DLL is 
the culprit most of the time. However, as you have mentioned, you seem 
to have this on the PATH. I tried running simple axis server without 
Xerces dll on my PATH and I get the same error as you get. When I put 
this back, things work OK. 
Additionally do you have W:\SimpleAxisServer\Axis\conf\server.wsdd file 
as specified by axiscpp.conf in the correct location? If this is 
missing, you tend to get a similar error but the error will also say 
that it cannot locate the server.wsdd file. 
To verify that the settings are correct, before running simple axis 
server on a new shell, try echo %AXISCPP_DEPLOY% to and %PATH% to make 
sure that the settings include what is required by Axis C++. 

-----Original Message----- 
From: Davanum Srinivas [] 
Sent: Friday, April 29, 2005 12:10 AM 
To: Apache AXIS C User List; Apache AXIS C Developers List 
Subject: Re: SimpleAxisServer will not start 
I had posted the same problem and did not get a reply :( 
-- dims 
On 4/28/05, Jeff Clary <> wrote: 
> Folks, 
> I am having trouble getting Axis C++ SimpleAxisServer to start under 
Windows XP.  It gives the following message: 
> This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an 
unusual way. 
> Please contact the application's support team for more information. 
> I followed the instructions at, in the 
"Installation with Simple Axis Server" section.  In particular: 
> 1. I created the folder W:\SimpleAxisServer. 
> 2,3,4. I extracted copied the deploy folder to 
W:\SimpleAxisServer, and renamed it Axis. 
> 5,6.  I set AXISCPP_DEPLOY=W:\SimpleAxisServer\Axis and added 
W:\SimpleAxisServer\Axis\lib to my PATH variable. 
> 7. I copied SimpleAccessServer.exe from the extracted files to 
> 8,9,10. I copied the required DLLs to W:\SimpleAxisServer\Axis\lib, 
including xerces-c_2_2_0.dll.  (I renamed AxisXMLParser_Xerces.dll to 
AxisXMLParser.dll as instructed.) 
> 10. I edited W:\SimpleAxisServer\Axis\axiscpp.conf as follows: 
> LogPath:W:\SimpleAxisServer\log\AxisLog 
> WSDDFilePath:W:\SimpleAxisServer\Axis\conf\server.wsdd 
> XMLParser:W:\SimpleAxisServer\lib\AxisXMLParser.dll 
> Transport_http:W:\SimpleAxisServer\lib\HTTPTransport.dll 
> Channel_HTTP:W:\SimpleAxisServer\lib\HTTPChannel.dll 
> Channel_HTTP_SSL:W:\SimpleAxisServer\lib\HTTPSSLChannel.dll 
> 11. I opened a command prompt in W:\SimpleAxisServer and ran the 
command "SimpleAxisServer 80".  No joy.  I retried it with port 8080. 
Following the note in the instructions, I copied AxisClient.dll to 
W:\SimpleAxisServer.  In fact, I copied *all* the DLLs from the Axis bin 
directory to W:\SimpleAxisServer. 
> I checked the W:\SimpleAxisServer\log\AxisLog file for errors, but it 
is empty.  (I created it empty just in case Axis needed an existing log 
> Sorry if this is a FAQ kind of thing, but I searched the lists without 
finding anything obvious.  I did find something dated 2004-07-06 saying 
SimpleAxisServer was out of date and has problems.  Could that still be 
the case? 
> Thanks, 
> Jeff 

Davanum Srinivas - 

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