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From "Jesse D. Sightler" <jsight...@eximtechnologies.com>
Subject Re: Axis performance
Date Fri, 01 Nov 2002 20:20:13 GMT
Hi David,

I've noticed that the Axis website claims speed gains over ApacheSOAP,
but I've never really seen any evidence to back this up.  I'd be really
curious to know what kinds of benchmarks have been done comparing the
performance of the two products.

I will ask, though, whether or not debugging output could have been an
issue in your scenario.  I don't know exactly how you are using the
product, but I know that initially we had the output set to DEBUG mode
for our entire application (which included Axis) and this cost us a lot
in terms of performance.  Moving Axis to the INFO level sped things up
dramatically.

Anyway, just a few random thoughts.
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Jess Sightler
Programmer
Exim Technologies
131 Falls Street
Greenville SC 29601
Phone: 864-679-4651



On Fri, 2002-11-01 at 15:01, David.Pool@kp.org wrote:
> 
> I took a web service I created with Apache SOAP 2.3.1 and converted it
> to work with Axis 1.0. They are pretty much the same actually. I got
> curious about the performance, so I made a few simple timed tests, and
> I'm a little surprised about the results. A SOAP call took 818
> milliseconds on average, and Axis took 3415 milliseconds. In other
> words, a call via Axis was roughly 4 times longer. Ouch! I'm wondering
> if anyone else has migrated services from the old SOAP to Axis, only to
> find them much slower? 
> 
> - David
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