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Java 5 and rpc/encoded

Sid Remey
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I've been using Axis1 but I now need to use Java 5 which Axis1 does not support. I've tried Axis2 and XFire1.1, but I have no control over the WSDL which uses the rpc/encoded binding. Axis2 does not support the rpc/encoded and nor does XFire1.1 However, Axis1 did support rpc/encoded

Are there any other options available to me??

Thanks,

Sid


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Sid Remey
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http://rmh.blogs.com/weblog/2006/04/redeemed_jaxws_.html

Here, RMH says that "Everyone knows that SOAP Encoding is a bad idea anyway".

Anyone care to explain why that is???

Thanks,

Sid
Ulf Dittmer
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Ummmm, how did you get the idea that Java 5 does not support Axis 1?
[ May 24, 2006: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]

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Sid Remey
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Oops...my bad. The very latest version of Axis1 does support Java 5. I guess that it won't be around for too much longer though as Axis2 seems to be the current favourite.

Thanks for the heads-up.

Sid
Ulf Dittmer
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Axis 1 ist still under development (1.3 and 1.4 came out over the last 6 month or so), although it probably won't see major new features. But it is stable and supports a number of features which Axis 2 does not yet have, so I'm planning on using it for a good while longer.
 
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