axis2 why?

Discussion in 'Java' started by marcodepe@tiscali.it, Dec 30, 2005.

  1. Guest

    hi
    i'm new in web services development and i tried to implement a simple
    cleint/servr version
    I tried to use jboss and ejb with eclipse and i published my simple web
    service.
    Then i wanted to use axis but in internet i saw there is a new version
    axis2
    My problem is that for a beginnere axis2 is simpler but i don't'
    understand its goals.
    I thought wdsl file was the only possibility to publish a web service
    cause it tried to maintain compatibility with different development
    tool. In theory i can recover wsdl file from a remote URL and write my
    client.In axis2 wsdl is not necessary and there is no way to create one
    from java source. Why? How is it possible to produce a service and call
    it as web service?The service exported in this way is undocumented and
    not compatible with different development platform,is it?

    Thanks
     
    , Dec 30, 2005
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