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non-SOAP axis2 web service

 
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Can someone point me to any documentation or examples on how to create a non-SOAP axis2 web service? I have gotten a SOAP web service working, but need some help with just an HTTP one. Hoping some examples with WSDL, STUB and test client.

I tried just converting my SOAP one but I'm having problems. Like the setters I had in my SOAP web service are no longer there in my new HTTP one. Any help would be great.
 
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Use GOOGLE,
creating jax-ws web service with Glassfish
creating jax-ws web service with Jboss
creating jax-ws web service using Eclipse

etc...

Or multiple choices:
https://coderanch.com/how-to/java/WebServicesFaq
http://wiki.apache.org/ws/StackComparison

Good luck.
 
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Why would you want to use Axis if you don't plan to use SOAP? Use the right tool for the job - a JAX-RS library like Jersey would be much easier to use for a RESTful web service.
 
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