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jasdeep parmar
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Joined: Oct 06, 2008
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Hi,

I am new to webservices and I have to develop a webservice for an older system.
I am working with tomcat5.0.3 and java 1.4. I was looking into axis and axis2 but not sure what version will be compatible for my system. I wasn't able to find any information about java or tomcat requirements..
Can somebody please direct me resource where I can find this information OR as to which frame work will work better.

thanks,
Joe Harry
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Try Apache CXF. I guess you would be comfortable with it.


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