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For Web Service, if I have WAS and RAD, do I still need Axis ?

 
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I have installed Websphere application server and RAD IDE. I cna use it to develop and deploy Web service I think. But many people use Axis service engine. my question is -- Do I still need a web service engine like Axis for me to develope and deploy web service ?
 
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Hi. With WebSphere Application Server (WAS) and RAD, you should be all set.

Axis and Metro/Glassfish are open source software, and they are used by a lot of people/organizations that believe in the idea of open source products.
 
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