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Does weblogic and Websphere app server have there own SOAP engine.

Or should i have to use the Apache Axis SOAP engine.

I have to test my webservices developed, on Weblogic 8.1, Websphere 5.0
with their respective SOAP engines. I dont want to configure Apache Axis on these Application servers.

Iam fresher to webservices, please guide me if iam wrong.

thanks in advance
 
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Hi Suresh,

Weblogic and WebSphere come with a SOAP engine. Both of them uses some version of the Axis SOAP engine. So no need to plug ur own SOAP engine. Its just a matter of using the SOAP engines given by Weblogic/WebSphere.

Refer the server documentation to see how to configure the server to use these SOAP engines, if they do not provide the facility of processsing SOAP messages by Default.
 
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Hi,

I am also a fresher to Web services. I need to work on SOAP over Apache Tomcat. Does the SOAP engine come with Tomcat? If so which version of Tomcat? Or do I have to install the apache axis package?

Please guide me in this regard.

Warm Regards,
Naveen
 
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Originally posted by naveen chinthakunta:
Or do I have to install the apache axis package?



Yes, Tomcat is only a servlet-engine/webcontainer.
Apache Axis.
 
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