> Sorry that you had to rename some files
> to get our batch files to work.
> I guess Axis is a moving target, and we'll
> need to get the examples updated.
> I'm glad to know that you were able to
> move past that obstacle.
No problem. That was the easy part.
> No, you don't just create a folder
> called axis under webapps, and just
> put the code there.
> You need to deploy a webapp using the SE admin pages.
> So... you're having trouble accessing the SE admin pages?
> What is the full and complete URL that you are using?
The full URL to the Web Server (IIS) is
IIS redirects any jsp references to this URL to 127.0.0.1:8889, which is
where a SE instance called GIFT is listening.
> Since you mentioned that you are using:
> Start | Programs | New Atlanta | ServletExec 5.0 AS | ServletExec
> I'm guessing that the URL that gets requested is:
That is correct.
> If so, and that does not work,
It does not.
But looking ahead at some of your other questions I tried:
and that DID work!!! This also leads me to thing that wherever localhost
appears in any of the files/code in the examples, I will need to change
it to 188.8.131.52.
> then what happens if you create a simple
> helloWorld.html file, drop it into the doc root of your IIS website
> then request it like this:
I would put the document into the GIFT doc root at Inetpub/GIFT. Then
referencing the document as
I would get served the page.
If I put HelloWorld.jsp at
And referenced the doc as
I would also get the jsp served up.
Hopefully this answers some questions about my current configuration.
I have no idea where http://localhost would refer to.
> is it served?
> If yes, then maybe go through all the steps given in SE FAQ #7:
> and let me know what you find.
> If no, then what if you use some other hostname?
> Maybe "localhost" is disabled on your server machine.
> On what port does your website listen?
> Is it port 80?
Se above. How would I find out if localhost is disabled? How do you
> Matt McGinty
> Software Engineer
> New Atlanta Communications, LLC
Thank you for your response, Matt. I sure needed someone to talk these
things through with.
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