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infrastructure software/technologies for developing web service

 
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Dear All,

I'm developing a web service and as being new to the technology, I did a bit of research on the internet on the infrastructure software/technologies needed. Below are my findings and hope to get your precious opinion:

Application Server - Tomcat6
Web service engine - Axis2
Web service implementation - POJO
Accessing Database MySql - Hibernate (Only 5 simple tables)
Do they look good to you?

For point 3 (web service implementation), it looks like I can go 3 different approaches with Axis2. 1) use Jax-ws 2) pojo / spring-based pojo 3) spring

I am currently thinking of using spring-based pojo. However, as I've never used spring before, I am just afraid of the overhead of learning it added to the project.

What's your view?

Thanks,
Sarah
 
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