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Re: J2EE web services or Apache Axis?

 
 
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      08-25-2003
> While trying to learn more about web services, I came across Sun's
WSDP(Web
> services developement pack) that can be used for developing web services
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> So, I'd like to ask whether there is any reason one may want to use Axis
> and not the Web Services implementation in the WSDP/J2EE or vice-versa.


I use Axis (hosted by Tomcat) and it works well. See here a small standalone
example project, where Axis is used as a soap client.
http://koti.mbnet.fi/akini/java/axis/

 
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