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GLUE,AXIS,JAX-RPC

 
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Hi,
Am I right in thinking that axis, glue and jax-rpc(part of sun web service dev kit?) are just three different SOAP implementaions that are written in Java?
From what I have seen, GLUE is the fastest way for a beginner to get a web service up and running. What are the advantages of the other two?
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Actually, JAX-RPC is an API, not a product.
The benefit of Apache Axis over WebMethods GLUE is that Axis has a lot bigger user base and, thus, better community support. Axis is probably also integrated into many more products than GLUE is.
 
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