Ajeya Krishnamurthy

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Recent posts by Ajeya Krishnamurthy

Hi,

I'm not sure if this question has been asked earlier on this forum...pardon me! Here's my question...

Axis2 provides a clean way of generating and invoking asynchronous web services. Let's say I have implemented an axis2 asynchronous web service (axis2 internally uses WS-Addressing to provide this asynchrony) on Tomcat. Now, will a non-axis2 client implemented using C#.NET or C++ etc be able to send a request to my web service on one thread, continue doing its work, and process the response sent by my web service using another thread? I'm guessing it must be possible since WS-Addressing is a standard.

Am I right here? What about the other way round? I mean, if I have a non-axis2 web service on tomcat that uses WS-Addressing, will an axis2 client be able to talk to my web service asynchronously?

Thanks,
-AJ
14 years ago
Thanks for your reply!

Im sorry I wasn't clear enough.

I was looking for asynchronous web services. The links helped.

-AJ
14 years ago
Hi,

I intend to use J2EE to build a stock query application. The description of this application at a high-level is...

1: A bunch of clients register to my stock query web service.
2: My web service periodically pushes stock data for a bunch of companies depending on customer profile.

The Monson-Haefel J2EE book mentions on page 147 that notifications MEP (Message exchange pattern) is not supported by J2EE. How then, should I push notifications to my registered clients?

Thanks in advance for any suggestions I receive.

-AJ
14 years ago