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Mat Anthony
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Joined: May 21, 2008
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Hi All,
I have managed to get get a simple AXIS2 web server application working.
The deployment WAR contains all the AXIS2 jar files along with my own classes and implemented axis2 skeleton.
The axis2 skeleton took a while for me to implement, due to the way that you access the incoming objects.

Would it be better to switch to spring JAX-WS, briefly looked at this, but it seems to use annotations and less work to create
a web service than above.

Regard
Mat
Ivan Krizsan
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Joined: Oct 04, 2006
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Hi!
Mat Anthony wrote: Would it be better to switch to spring JAX-WS, briefly looked at this, but it seems to use annotations and less work to create
a web service than above.

This depends on what you want to do. However, I do advice you to give JAX-WS web services a try - go through a couple of tutorials or so. Then later you can decide which web service framework is appropriate for your requirements.
Best wishes!


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