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Subject [Ws Wiki] Update of "XmlRpcExampleStringArray" by KenTanaka
Date Thu, 09 Jul 2009 21:56:49 GMT
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The following page has been changed by KenTanaka:
http://wiki.apache.org/ws/XmlRpcExampleStringArray

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+ Configuration details

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  = Overview =
  This page contains some basic example code using a recent version of the xmlrpc libraries
(3.1.2) to transfer an array of strings simulating a directory listing and an integer number
representing a file count. There were a few examples on the web, but most used much older
xmlrpc API's or were incomplete examples. The intent of this page is to provide a more complete
starting point for a beginner with XML-RPC and less to go wrong.
  
- This code originated on a linux system, using Java 1.5, Maven 2.2.0 and NetBeans 6.5 running
apache-tomcat-6.0.16
+ This code originated on a linux system, using Java 1.5, Maven 2.2.0 and Net''''''Beans 6.5
running apache-tomcat-6.0.16
  
+ = Example Configuration =
+ Two programs are included in this example. The first listed is the server and the second
part is the client, which will communicate via XML-RPC over HTTP with the server. The server
code is intended to run as a Tomcat servlet, while the client is a command line application.
These can both be run on the same system.
+ 
+ If you have the Net''''''Beans IDE with web development plugins installed, then you can
run with the client with the integrated Tomcat server. Otherwise, you can start up the tomcat
servlet container and then deploy the server program (myXmlRpcServer.war) to the `webapps`
directory.
+  
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