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Want to start Axis Webservice

shai ban
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Hi,
I want to start with SOAP web services. But only with native way (without annotation, tool etc). I am more interested in Axis/Axis2 services but with java2WSDL/wsdl2java using Ant or command and want command over them. But I don't know what is step by step path for it.

Please suggest me any good start/tutorial/link/book.

Thanks.
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Ulf Dittmer
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But only with native way (without annotation, tool etc).

That doesn't make sense - modern APIs like JAX-WS and JAX-RS are based on annotations - there's no way to use them without using annotations.

You can of course write code without using the built-in tools, but that means a lot more work for you, and more chances for bugs. Why would you want to go that way?

The WebServicesFaq points to lots of introductory material regarding SOAP and REST, as well as their respective implementations.


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shai ban
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Ok... fine with annotations if cant go without them... but tell me the way i should follow with axis web service...
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Umm, have you already read everything the WebServicesFaq links to? The Axis web site also has lots of stuff, including a step by step user guide. There's no point in repeating all that here when there's such good material out there.
 
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