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I have used axis and spring web services. If you are comfortable with spring framework, i would recommend using spring web services rather than axis as development is quicker in spring web services and is lot more cleaner. But then maven knowledge is also recommended.
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James, sorry for my English, I'm brazilian and I have some difficulty.
Originally posted by Ulf Dittmer: Axis (an implementation) supports JAX-WS (an API), so you should be in good shape.
I said JAX-WS because I used it with the tools apt and wsimport that are into jdk 6. I used JAX-WS without frameworks. But I know JAX-WS is an API and the frameworks use it.
Thank you for your suggestions! [ August 22, 2008: Message edited by: Luis Tavares ]