I am open to suggestions on this. I have read a lot about Axis2, however, one requirement is that the WSDL definition is loaded from an external URL and a username and password are required. Thanks ,- Dave
Joined: Mar 22, 2005
OK, if you need a WSDL then we're talking about SOAP - that rules out Jersey (which implements REST).
The client code generation tools can load a WSDL either from an URL or from a file, so that's not a distinguishing characteristic.
And both Axis2 and Metro support WS-Security, which enables you to protect your SOAP service via username/password, so that, too, does not help choosing between the two.