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From Bogdan Mihaila <bm2004...@yahoo.com>
Subject RE: xmlrpc with servlets
Date Fri, 16 Sep 2005 13:15:39 GMT
thanks, but I'll try SOAP, I integrates with Tomcat more easily

James Carroll <jim@microbrightfield.com> wrote: 
>  I want to use a http servlet instead of the built-in web 
>  server, because I want to be able to use the standard 
>  ports (80, 8080). But how do I do this? I found a 
>  servlet, I execute it, and it gives me "page not found"
>  in browser window.
 

Did your URL look like
 
http://server/RPC2
or http://server:8080/RPC2
 
Do you have some configuration in your WEB-INF/web.xml (whatever that file is called)
that maps /RPC2 to your XMLRPC Servlet?
 
-Jim



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