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Which Implementation ?

Mandan Happy
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Joined: Dec 17, 2001
Posts: 65
Hello Geeks,
What do you guys recommend ?
SUNs Implementation
IBMS Implementation
Apache Implementation
in terms of
-reliability
-robustness
-w3 standards conformance
-tools like (java2wsdl )
-manageability ( JMX ?)
Thanks
Mandan
Ravi Verma
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Joined: Aug 30, 2001
Posts: 42
SUNs Implementation
-open source,
-less implementations,
-reliability,
-less resources
-Good at xml-messaging
IBMS Implementation
-not full open sourcen,
-most of implementations at developerworks,
-lot of samples,implementations
-highly reliable
-All the good work is xml-rpc
Apache Implementation
-most of the work is open source,
-lot of implementations,
-highly reliable,
-but all the good work is xml-rpc


Ravi
 
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