What is server-config WSDD?

What is server-config WSDD?

The server-config. wsdd file is generated by the wsdl2java tool from Axis. So, some developer used the tool and copied the file inside your Tomcat conf, where it belongs.

How do I setup a WSDD server?

Add the Web service code to the WEB-INF/classes or WEB-INF/lib folder in the (exploded) Axis WAR. Create a WSDD file (or use the WSDD file generated by wsdl2java) and deploy it using the admin client. This will add the definitions contained in the submitted WSDD file to the server-config. wsdd file.

What is WSDD file in Web services?

The wsdd stands for Web service description file. It is an XML file used by the Axis engine. It contains definitions of the Web services that Axis deploys from your Web application.

What is Apache Axis used for?

Apache Axis (Apache eXtensible Interaction System) is an open-source, XML based Web service framework. It consists of a Java and a C++ implementation of the SOAP server, and various utilities and APIs for generating and deploying Web service applications.

What is Axis2 used for?

Axis2 enables you to easily perform the following tasks: Send SOAP messages. Receive and process SOAP messages. Receive and process JSON messages.

Is Apache Axis still supported?

Today, Apache Axis is to a large extend superseded by a new generation of SOAP stacks such as Apache Axis2, Apache CXF and Metro. However, Axis is still relevant for the following type of projects: Projects that need to use JAX-RPC.

Where is axis2 XML located?

The document is all about the proper way of specifying the configurations in axis2. xml, which is located at AXIS2_HOME/conf. There are six top level elements that can be seen in the configuration file inside the root element, <axisconfig name=”AxisJava2.</p>

Which API does Apache CXF support?

CXF implements the JAX-WS APIs.