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From "Davanum Srinivas" <dava...@gmail.com>
Subject Please check-in (Re: [Axis2] Initial JAX-WS Implementation)
Date Mon, 19 Jun 2006 20:34:42 GMT
Rich, Nicholas,

Verified that the paper work (Software Grant) has been received.
Please go ahead and check in the code at your convenience.

Thanks,
dims

On 6/16/06, Nicholas L Gallardo <nlgallar@us.ibm.com> wrote:
>
> The IBM Web services team has been developing a JAX-WS 2.0 implementation
> that we will contribute to Apache, which uses Axis2 as it's core runtime. It
> is an initial drop, but we intend to continue this development in Apache
> open source.  Given the increased interest that has been displayed on the
> mailing list, we will be opening a JIRA issue with a patch containing code
> that we would like to have considered for contribution as a jumpstart for
> the support.
>
> This is just a first pass and is intended to be a starting point to allow
> the Apache community involvement.  The IBM Web services team would like to
> participate in building a JAX-WS 2.0 implementation in conjunction with the
> Apache community.
>
> Developers that have participating in developing this drop, and are planning
> to continue are the following:
>
> Nick Gallardo
> Rich Scheuerle
> Jeff Barrett
> Nikhil Thaker
> Mike Rheinheirmer
> Brent Ulbricht
> Dan Sedov
> Lizet Ernand
> Samuel Isokpunwu
>
>
> Code structure:
>
> This code has been built as a module under the Axis2 root in modules/jaxws.
> - Maven enabled
> - Java 5 enabled
> - Verification tests included (many more to come)
>
> As we've started developing this code, the goal has been to re-use as much
> of the underlying Axis2 runtime as possible.  This includes making use of
> the existing ServiceClient API on the client and the MessageReceiver API for
> services.
>
>
>
> Contents:
>
> Client
> -------------------
> Support for JAX-WS javax.xml.ws.Dispatch
> * Parameter types supported:
>   - JAX-B (using JAXBContext)
>   - javax.xml.transform.Source (StreamSource, DOMSource, SAXSource)
>   - String (non-spec)
>
> * Invocation patterns supported:
>   - sync: invoke
>   - one-way: invokeOneWay
>   - async: invokeAsync (callback only)
>
> * Usage modes
>   - PAYLOAD (SOAP Body contents)
>   - MESSAGE (the entire SOAP Envelope)
>
>
> Service
> -------------------
> Support for javax.xml.ws.Provider style endpoints
> * Parameter types
>   - javax.xml.transform.Source (StreamSource, DOMSource, SAXSource)
>   - String (non-spec)
>
> * Usage modes
>   - PAYLOAD only (MESSAGE requires annotations support for
> javax.xml.ws.ServiceMode)
>
>
>
> Development activity in progress:
>
> * SAAJ SOAPMessage support for both the Dispatch and Provider
> * Fault processing
> * Attachments
> * SOAP 1.2 support
> * Annotations support for Provider
> * JAXWSMessageReceiver with support for pluggable dispatchers and server
>   side application handlers
>
>
> Again, this is our first step here.  We look forward to working with the
> Apache Web services community on furthering this implementation.  We welcome
> the community's feedback.
>
> Regards,
>
> The IBM Web services team
>


-- 
Davanum Srinivas : http://wso2.com/blogs/

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