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java webservices vs J2EE webservices

Kumar Raja
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Hi All,

What is the difference between Java web services and J2EE web services?

Is JWSDP a java web service or a J2EE web serivce ?

Is Axis a java web service or a J2EE web service ?



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Ivan Krizsan
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Hi!
My guess is that JavaEE web services is web services implemented using techniques and frameworks that belong in the JavaEE group of frameworks and technologies.
These are products by Oracle (was Sun).
Axis, which is an OpenSource effort, is, without hesitation, a Java web service stack, but I would not call it a JavaEE web service stack.
These are just my personal thoughts on your question and I cannot tell you that it is the correct answer.
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Prabhakar Reddy Bokka
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Are those really different?

I dont think so...


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Ivan Krizsan
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I warned you, it is pure speculation on my side!
 
 
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