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zb cong
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hello
what's the difference between apache's axis and sun's jax-rpc,i mean if they are different implements to the webservice standards or one is based on other?
thank you!
JeanLouis Marechaux
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Originally posted by zb cong:
hello
what's the difference between apache's axis and sun's jax-rpc,i mean if they are different implements to the webservice standards or one is based on other?
thank you!

Jax-RPC is a specification.
Axis is an implementation based on Jax-RPC and other speifications (saaj for instance)


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zb cong
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the webservice developed by using axis can run on different platform,but the jwsdp's production only can run on tomcat and sun one app server,is that true?
 
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