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shivakumar paka
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Hello

I have done Axis2 examples,but still I am in doubt where should I use SAOP(in Axis2 samples they haven't given).

suppose,if create a webservice using axis2/java technology,does it allow to create clients in other technology such as .net, etc...

Please give me reply........Thanks in advance...
 
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Using SOAP is not an really option with Axis (version 1 or 2) - it's the only kind of WS Axis supports (unless you're talking about REST-style WS, where the client is not sending SOAP).

The whole point of using WS is to decouple the client from the server. So if the basic interoperability rules are obeyed (as layed down in WS Basic Profile) then the client and the server can be implemented in completely different languages and technologies.
 
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Thank you Ulf

I dont have much knowledge on web service,So I am not able to catch you. Can you please explain me in detail?
 
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Concepts like SOAP, REST and WS interoperability are big subjects; they can't really be explained in a short message. I'd suggest to read a few introductory articles on WS, or a beginner's book, and then come back here with more specific questions.
 
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