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Hi,

I have created a web service on my local machine through apache axis2.
The url is of localhost since server is on local machine itself.

Now i need to deploy this service in the server so that other users can access this service remotely.the server is on open ip.

How can i modify the web service created so that it can have a valid remote server url on which it is deployed instead of local host so that other users can access it.
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by:Amitkumar Panchal
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which web server are you using ? tomcat ?
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by:Rocking
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tomcat 5
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by:Amitkumar Panchal
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It's straight forward. Make a war file of your web service project and deploy it on remote server (similar to deploying a web application).

What's an issure  are you facing while doing so ?
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by:Rocking
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if i deploy the war file on my tomcat server which has the ip xxx.xx.xx.xx then the url of the webservice would be http://xxxx.xx.xx.xx/webservcie


if i deploy it on a different server which has the ip yyy.yy.yy.yy then the url of teh web servcie would be http://yyy.yy.yy.yy/webservice


this is the issue i think will face if i deploy the webservice on another environment?
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by:Amitkumar Panchal
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That is obvious and applicable to web applications also.

I think i misunderstood your question. Now i want to understand the exact requirement (with an example).

example like... what will be the hosts ? how do you want client to call web service (ie. which url) ? and so on.
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hi,

Never mind i came across the below site and found the answer for my question.

http://www.theserverside.com/discussions/thread.tss?thread_id=37650
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by:Rocking
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i found the answer doing googling
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