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You're in luck - there is no problem accessing an Axis web service by a client that's written in some other language. One of the main points of web services is interoperability; none of the SOAP standards (SOAP, WSDL, UDDI, WS-Security etc.) is limited to any one language; it's all just XML that can be created and processed by any language that's got an XML parser.
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Hi Sir, As par your reply Webservice is mainly dealt with interoperability, thats great. One concern then how should I proceed _ should I use the Axis2 soap engine to develop the webservice?
How to go to develop the C client by Axis2....
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You can use Axis2 to develop the service, but it won't be any help in creating the client (its wsdl2java tool creates Java code, not any other language).
I'm sure that are tools available that can create C clients from a WSDL; check the documentation of whichever C SOAP stack you're planning to use.