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Subject Re: Duplicate QName class
Date Tue, 25 Jun 2002 23:58:22 GMT
Hmm... wsdl4j is already used by Axis.   Nothing new there.  (2) was the
'fast-and-easy', but not necessarily ideal choice.  I'd vote for (2) now,
because I believe that (1) is only going to be useful near-term.

Richard A. Sitze  
CORBA Interoperability & WebServices
IBM WebSphere Development

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Subject: Duplicate QName class

> I know there was some recent conversation related to this issue, and I
> think the concensus was NOT to use the Sun implementation because of
> licensing constraints.  In the meantime, we still have java.xml.
> QName defined in two places (from AXISs' perspective):
>       jaxrpc.jar
>       wsdl4j.jar
> We should remove it from one or the other.  Given that AXIS pulls wsdl4j.
> jar, it doesn't make sense that wsdl4j introduce a dependency on AXIS::
> jaxrpc.jar (circular build dependency).
> So:
> 1.  Can we move jaxrpc.jar & source files into commons or some
> (small) project?

ok with me; could do it inside axis too

> 2.  Alternatively, everyone OK with removing java.xml.namespace.QName
> AXIS::jaxrpc.jar and depending upon the version in wsdl4j?  Is the
> QName up-to-par with the recent changes made to the AXIS version?

I'm not so happy with this because it extends the 'list of things you have
put in an endorsed dir'. I had enough fun with the new saaj jar last week;
dont want to repeat it.

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