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From "Steve Loughran" <>
Subject Re: Small footprint server?
Date Tue, 23 Jul 2002 21:49:54 GMT

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From: "Dennis Laursen" <>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, July 23, 2002 1:57 PM
Subject: Small footprint server?

> Hi All
> I was just wandering what the smallest footprint for a Web Service
> server could be? Do they have to run in an application server? I saw an
> older post mentioning xsoap, but that seemt to require that i would
> build the server my self? I've allso looked at Wasp, but as far as i can
> see, it too requires an applicationserver(?)
> I'm looking for some way to expose web services, that doesn't require a
> full webserver/application server, which if faily straight foreward to
> setup. Does any product like that exist?(free or not :) would it be
> possible to setup axis in this way?

getting axis to run on jetty is something people are interested in; it
should be lighter weight and standalone, which is what people want. Axis has
a standalone mode, which is meant to be for testing only, but you can use it
if you have to.

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