News: Apache Web Services Mini-Guide from TSS Interop Blog
This TSS Interop Blog entry by Brent Sheets provides a great learning path if you're interested in Apache Axis and related technologies. Apache has recently released Axis2, its third generation web services engine. It features a modular architecture that supports plug-in modules for easier implementation of existing, and future, web services specifications.
- Posted by: Eugene Ciurana
- Posted on: May 21 2007 09:28 EDT
- AXIOM's Performance Issue by sithu aung on May 21 2007 14:30 EDT
- Axis? JAX-WS? by Crawford Holden on May 21 2007 17:57 EDT
- Apache Axis2/C by Samisa Abeysinghe on May 21 2007 22:48 EDT
- Re: Apache Web Services Mini-Guide from TSS Interop Blog by Ant Kutschera on December 22 2009 16:55 EST
How does Apache Axis compare with JAX-WS? When would I want to use each?
Apache Axis is built around JAX-RPC spec; for JAX-WS use Apache Axis2
Hi, I dont think Axis2 is for JAX-WS. Thanks
When people talk about Axis2, they often think about the Java implementation. However, there is a C implementation of the Axis2 architecture as well. Apache Axis2/C released version 1.0.0 recently. Apart form the basic XML, SOAP and WSDL support, WS-Addressing and MTOM support is built in like in the case of Axis2/Java and there are modules supporting WS-Sucurity, WS-ReliableMessaging and WS-Eventing.
i had lots of issues with JAX-WS but found solutions, which i have blogged here: http://blog.maxant.co.uk/pebble/2009/12/22/1261517160000.html