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Subject RE: Hi
Date Tue, 23 Apr 2002 17:32:03 GMT


I'm sure that when you checked with HP's legal compliance they approved of
your comments...

I did not see any mention on the website that HPs implemenation uses the
Axis client side code - surely the Axis team deserve some credit?

Charlie on 23/04/2002 13:12:01

Please respond to

Subject:    RE: Hi

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Deepth Dinesan []
> Sent: Tuesday, April 23, 2002 4:31 AM
> How does AXIS compare with Suns Web Services developer pack ? in terms
> of
> - SOAP compliance
> - Performance

This is an axis mailing list so I may not be welcome presenting my views :

However, in my simple tests ( like get and echo of an int array ) on the
same machine, I have found Sun's JAX-RPC RI implementation to be faster
Axis. I had conducted these tests with Axis-alpha3 and JAX-RPC EA2 on my
Athlon900Mz machine running Windows2000 with Sun's JDK1.3.1.

It wouldn't be fair to state the figures but if Axis community is
interested, I could share my benchmark programs.

> - (Any known implementations ? )

HP ( My employer ) has a SOAP imploementation that uses Axis client side
code and adds more functionality such as XML-DSig, SOAP-SEC, SOAP over SMTP
etc. You can find more about it at

Pankaj Kumar

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