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From Steve Loughran <>
Subject Re: [Axis2] Geronimo integration?
Date Wed, 07 Jun 2006 12:46:02 GMT
Steve Loughran wrote:
> Jongjin Choi wrote:
>> My point is that the JAX-RPC and JAX-WS impl in a Java EE 5 container
>> should use same SAAJ impl. If not, two implementation of one interface
>> co-exists and that may cause some problem.
>> I agree with you. SAAJ is SAAJ but SAAJ impl of Axis 2 is based on
>> Axiom. Isn't it?
>> I think that if Axis1 and Axis 2 coexits in a Java EE 5 container,
>> they should use one SAAJ impl (maybe SAAJ of Axis2 ) in common. This
>> is why I addressed Axis 1 restructuring.
>> It seems uglier (to me) to use two different SAAJ impl for JAX-RPC and
>> JAX-WS than to use Axis1 / Axis 2 in a Java EE 5 container.
> Do both impls have to be visible to every app in the server? I think you 
> probably would want it that way, because I can imagine an axis2 service 
> that wants to call out to an rpc/enc client. Otherwise you could isolate 
> to one saaj per deployed app.
> Also, what about all the wsdl4j stuff -does that stay in sync?
> -stve

According to someone from Sun who is on the SOAPBuilders mail list, 
glassfish runs JAXRPC and JAX-WS side by side, no shared code, but a 
common SAAJ underneath.


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