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From Nadir Amra <a...@us.ibm.com>
Subject Re: is someone using axis-c web services in production ?
Date Fri, 27 Feb 2009 15:21:44 GMT
You should try building the latest code from SVN....the current binaries 
are full of defects....

Nadir Amra


"Philippe Torrelli" <philippe.torrelli@alcatel-lucent.fr> wrote on 
02/27/2009 02:36:16 AM:

> [image removed] 
> 
> is someone using axis-c web services in production ?
> 
> Philippe Torrelli 
> 
> to:
> 
> axis-c-user
> 
> 02/27/2009 02:37 AM
> 
> Please respond to "Apache AXIS C User List"
> 
> Hello,
> 
> I tried to test axis-C 1.5.0 that we planned  to rely on to deploy C
> (++) web services, to find out that the httpd 
> server crashes very often, even with sample services .. ( most of 
> the time in calls to free ) .
> 
> It doesn?t seem to be a problem when using the apache module,  but 
> the module forks a 
> new process when it handles a call to a web service, which is not 
> efficient enough for the hardware on which we planned 
> to host these services, and also prevents us to for example share a 
> pool of connections to our data base among our .so ?
> 
> Is there a stable and working  http transport available, or are 
> people out there just using the apache module ? or using axis-c only to 
call
> Web services ? 
> 
> A very easy way to reproduce is to download and install the binary 
> release, use soapui to send bursts of calls to the ?echo server?, the 
http
> transport very soon crashes. I used the very default parameters, 
> tried using rest as well as soap action mapping..
> 
> I had the same kind of results using a recent svn version that I 
recompiled.
> 
> Anyone has success with deploying web services in production with axis C 
? 
> 
> TIA
> 
> Philippe.
> 
> 

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