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From jayachandra <>
Subject Re: [Axis2] Doesn't addressing classes come bundled withaxis2-0.91.jar?
Date Fri, 09 Sep 2005 15:22:18 GMT
Hi all,
I was just pondering about this when something struck my mind. At the time 
of maven can it be possible to give a customization option something like 
maven.singlejar.include={ comma seperated list of modules } , which would 
decide what the axis2.jar should contain.
In that way, ppl who want Axis2 to be just as much shim as possible (say 
mobile devices) can just look for core and xml to be in their axis2.jar, 
whereas who wish to have it as much robust as possible can even think of 
having jaxrpc (if at all it comes out :-) ) module bundled up in their 
 Just a thought, though!
 On 9/9/05, Tom Jordahl <> wrote: 
> > of the goal of the simple databinding system is to allow
> > "code-first" deployment, which MUST be simple (no messing around with
> > copying jars). I'd like to make sure people can take Axis2 out of the
> > box and quickly deploy existing objects/classes as Web Services.
> +1
> --
> Tom Jordahl
> Macromedia Server Development

-- Jaya

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