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From David Blevins <>
Subject Re: [Axis2] Geronimo integration?
Date Tue, 23 May 2006 20:36:32 GMT

On May 23, 2006, at 11:31 AM, Davanum Srinivas wrote:

> The new J2EE spec does not have any does have JAX-WS and
> SAAJ. So we should be able to write a layer on Axis2 for JAX-WS. There
> is a lot of code already in Geronimo for example for JSR 109. which we
> can reuse. WSM Project in BeeHive can be used for JSR 181. Question
> mark is JAXB2...only choice right now there is the Sun's RI. Other
> than that, we are pretty much all set to help write the JAX-WS layer.
> Yes, we need warm bodies on both sides :)

The only people I know if attempting JAXB2 are the Castor XML guys.   
I know they were on the JAXB2 E.G. and have a lot of ideas in that  
spec, but I don't know what kind of gap there is between what they  
have and what they need.

Bruce, Keith, any input?


> Thanks for starting this thread.
> -- dims
> On 5/23/06, David Blevins <> wrote:
>> I don't have time to hack any code, but I certainly could answer
>> questions and the like.  Open offer to abuse my time ;)
>> Is this on the roadmap and is there anyone who has time to work on  
>> it?
>> As a curiosity, will we be able to replace our Axis 1 usage with
>> Axis2, or will we have to use both together to meet old J2EE
>> requirements as well as new?
>> -David
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