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Axis framework deployment in PI 7_1 using JSPM only

Hi everyone,

we are trying to deploy Axis framework in our 7_1 PI server using JSPM only (as seemingly SDM is no longer available). SAP note only describe how to create SDA file which JSPM doesnot read/understand. Is it true or is there any way to make JSPM read SDA files?

We used SAP MAKE utility with NWDS to convert this SDA into SCA file.

The further deployment showed successful in the JSPM logs however the test servlet throws error with axis.jar


Error: required component missing java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/apache/axis/AxisEngine : cannot initialize class because prior initialization attempt failed --- looking for org.apache.axis.AxisEngine in; see

Jakarta-Commons Discovery

Found: org.apache.commons.discovery.Resource at /usr/sap/XXX/j2ee/cluster/bin/ext/

Jakarta-Commons Logging

Found: org.apache.commons.logging.Log at /usr/sap/XXX/j2ee/cluster/bin/ext/

Number of Missing Components: 1

Status: Error

We checked the SCA contents. axis.jar and AxisEngine.class files are in there. Also, all the jars are indeed aailable in folder usr/sap/XXX/j2ee/cluster/bin/ext/

Am i missing something? Has anyone seen same error or has a working 710 sca file ?



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    Posted on Aug 20, 2011 at 03:09 PM


    Do u find any solition?

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