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From "Amila Suriarachchi" <amilasuriarach...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [Axis2] Axis2 Release Restructuring
Date Mon, 29 Oct 2007 05:20:24 GMT
hi,

As I understood we are going to shift the Axis2 as five sperate artifacts.

1. Kernal
2. Axis2 Server
3. Axis2 Client
4. Tools
5. Optional

what are the things we going to shift on each module? to which modules we
are going to put other jars?
(i.e axiom, neethi, common jars)

Does Axis2 server and Axis2 Client supposed to have only the Runtime jars?
In user list I saw lot of people ask
this question. What is the minimal set of jars needed at runtime?

adb-codegen and codegen modules are not used in runtime. I think they should
also goes to the
tools package. And also java2wsdl is only used in Serverside I think.

why you have put the samples to the kernal distribution?

what about the jaxws, fastinfoset. mex etc are we going to put them all to
optional package?

Actually how are we going to define the content of Axis2 server and client?
if I say the content of the
1. Axis2 Server as
the minal set of jars needed to deploy a service written using the
RawXmlMessageReceiver

and the Axis2 client as
the minmal set of jars needed to invoke that service using Service Client
interface?

Thanks,
Amila.

On 10/29/07, Eran Chinthaka <chinthaka@opensource.lk> wrote:
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> Hi,
>
> Along with the discussion on various mail threads to restructure Axis2
> distributables, I looked at the modules and this is what I came up with.
> Axis2 gurus and experts please comment on the modules as you know better
> than me.
>
> Both Axis2 Server and Client distributions will have the following
> modules included. We can name this as Axis2-Kernel distribution and make
> it one distro. (do not get confuse this with kernel module)
>
> - adb
> - adb-Codegen
> - addressing
> - codegen
> - java2wsdl
> - kernel
> - samples
>
> We will have a tools and optional package distributions separately or we
> will have them as one single distribution.
> What I am really interested in is the kernel distribution and a
> distribution which has all the modules.
>
> I purposely didn't consider other databinding frameworks. Let the user
> get them if he wants or get the full distro.
>
> Please add your comments and thoughts here.
>
> Thanks,
> Chinthaka
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-- 
Amila Suriarachchi,
WSO2 Inc.

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