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From Oscar Pernas <os...@pernas.es>
Subject Re: Axis2/C
Date Fri, 31 May 2013 09:47:58 GMT
Hi zeman, I wasted so many time trying to make Axis2c working, but I
allways got into memory leaks or bugs. In my oppinion, is not a suitable
software for production environment.

Regards




2013/5/31 Zeman, Vaclav <Vaclav.Zeman@ca.com>

> Also, where can I get the releases? It does not spark confidence that
> http://axis.apache.org/axis2/c/core/download.cgi links lead to 404 pages.
>
> --
> VZ
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Zeman, Vaclav
> Sent: Friday, May 31, 2013 10:34 AM
> To: c-user@axis.apache.org
> Subject: Axis2/C
>
> Hi.
>
> Here at CA Technologies, we are looking for a library to support our SOAP
> client side code. I have come across Apache Axis C++ and Apache Axis2/C.
> What is the relation between the two libraries? With the “2” in the name,
> Axis2/C gives me impression of being maintained and more current. Is my
> impression correct?
>
> We are looking for a cross platform library. Our range of platforms is at
> least Windows, Linux, Solaris and HP-UX. Does Axis2/C support all of these
> or more?
>
> We are also looking for a library with features. The features we are
> looking for are HTTP proxy authentication, NTLM authentication, Kerberos
> authentication. Are these features supported?
>
> One thing that concerns me with Axis2/C is that the last release (1.6.0)
> was in 2009. I have checked mailing list archives and there is some
> activity. Why has the least release been so long ago?
>
> While browsing the mailing list archives, I have noticed a bug report of
> Solaris compilation failure. Since Solaris is one of the platforms that we
> need to support, this looks like Axis/C 1.6.0 would not support it out of
> the box. Assuming the problem is fixed in development sources in your
> subversion repository, we could use development sources. Though that gives
> me less confidence in recommending Axis2/C for our use. Are trunk/head
> development sources stable for production use?
>
> --
> VZ
>
>


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