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Compiling for web service

  Asked By: Bastet    Date: Dec 25    Category: Java    Views: 679
  

I am trying to build a web service using apache axis and for that I
have downloaded a package 'xml axis' that conists of 961 java files.
I need the class files. Going to each directory and compiling the
files is taking a lot of time. Every time I try to compile a file, it
generates 100 or more errors because the class files required for the
file to be compiled are scatterred over many other directories. I
have to trace each and every error and go to the package and repeat
the procedure of compiling. Is there a method by which I can set some
classpath and compile in a shorter period of time?

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Answer #1    Answered By: Eric Foster     Answered On: Dec 25

You can use Apache ant, which can set classpath and
target object file, and run all set and compiling  at
once. you can download it for free.

 
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