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From Samisa Abeysinghe <>
Subject Re: [Axis2] TCP transport build should be optional?
Date Tue, 24 Jul 2007 02:15:07 GMT
Dinesh Premalal wrote:
> Samisa Abeysinghe <> writes:
>> By default the tcp server builds. The chances are more people would be
>> interested in HTTP. 
> To be accurate, Both HTTP and TCP transports build by default. 
>> Would it be a good idea to switch off building TCP
>> transport by default?
> Although TCP transport builds , axis2/c use HTTP transport by
> default. Therefor our normal behavior doesn't change.If someone need 
> to activate TCP transport , then he should need to add
> axis2_tcp_sender to axis2.xml 
> Plus point of having TCP transport build by default is, user will be 
> able to use it at any time he wish. (don't need to give options and 
> compile). We wouldn't need to give options to enable TCP transport
> because it doesn't require any additional libraries or dependencies.
> My understanding is, though TCP transport build by default, it doesn't 
> do any harm :), And both HTTP and TCP would be able to coexist.
Bulk of the users want http, so why should they wait till tcp to build?
Also, when embedding, I just want http, and I want to disable tcp, so it 
helps to be able to disable building tcp.


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