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Mahesh Reddy Blr
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Hi,

I'm new to Web services. I'm trying in Eclipse to create WEB service, there i found that the runtime environment is Apache AXIS. Could you please tell me

1. what is jax-rpc?
2. what is axis?
3. how this will be useful for developing webservice?


Please let me know if my questions are invalid.



Thanks,
Mahesh
Ulf Dittmer
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Those terms (and plenty more) are sorted out in the WebServicesFaq.


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