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From dami...@opensource.lk
Subject Axis C++ version 1.1 Released
Date Mon, 19 Apr 2004 05:56:28 GMT
Hi all,

Axis C++ team is proud to announce the release of Apache Axis C++ version
1.1.
This C++ SOAP engine implementation provides a platform for developing Web
services using C/C++ and also includes a client side library for
developing C/C++ client applications. This release includes enhancements
over the 1.0 release such as document/literal support. In this version the
Expat parser is supported by default and the user can optionally configure
Axis C++ to use the Xerces parser.

Features:

    - SOAP engine with both client and server support
    - Partial support for both SOAP 1.1 and SOAP 1.2
    - Support for all basic types, complex types and arrays
    - WSDL2WS tool for building the following C/C++ components from WSDL
        Server side - Skeletons and Wrappers
        Client side - Stubs
    - WSDL2WS tool generated wrappers act as RPC Providers or
document/literal providers and they perform
        Serialization
        Deserialization
        Method invocation
    - WSDLs hosted statically in the server.
    - Standalone SOAP server (HTTP)
    - Web server modules for Apache HTTPD 1.3 and apache2(Linux/Windows)
    - Web based listing of the deployed services and their WSDLs.
    - Sample web services and client applications.
    - Documentation for developers and users.

Both binary and source are available at Apache mirror sites:
    http://www.apache.org/dyn/closer.cgi/ws/axis-c/

We invite all interested Web services developers and users to
evaluate Axis C++ and give us feedback and help improve Axis C++
to be the best C/C++ SOAP engine.

Please direct user questions to axis-user@ws.apache.org and any
bug reports, patches, suggestions for improvement etc. to
axis-dev@ws.apache.org.

IMPORTANT:
For the latest documentation refer to:
http://ws.apache.org/axis/cpp/documentation.html

The Axis C++ Team.

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