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From "Adam Greene" <>
Subject RE: Axis performance in compare with XRPC (reference implementation from SUN)!
Date Mon, 10 Feb 2003 13:42:52 GMT
Actually 10-15x faster seems to be only in the WASP advertising in actuality
it's only 2-3x.

-----Original Message-----
From: Luís Fraga []
Sent: Monday, February 10, 2003 8:20 AM
Subject: Re: Axis performance in compare with XRPC (reference
implementation from SUN)!

10-15x faster than Axis!!??? I will have to check that!
What are your toughts regarding these performance issues?


Anne Thomas Manes wrote:

>You'll find Axis performance much faster than Sun's JAX-RPC RI. It also
>provides much easier tools. But the commercial implementations are much
>faster and easier still. There are free versions available for both GLUE
>WASP. GLUE Standard is always free. The footprint is tiny, too. See
> WASP is always free for development, and
>can get a free deployment license for a single CPU (multi-CPUs require
>payment). See These two implementations offer the
>best performance (10-15x faster than Axis) and the best tools.
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Armond Avanes []
>>Sent: Saturday, February 08, 2003 2:45 AM
>>Subject: Axis performance in compare with XRPC (reference implementation
>>from SUN)!
>>Hi SOAP Folks,
>>Anyone has compared the performance of these two implementations
>>(Apache's Axis and Sun's XRPC) in a real environment?!
>>FYI, I'm in the phase of replacing the communication layer (which is
>>reference implementation of SUN) of the application, I'm working on,
>>with Axis. Sun's implementation generates so many classes and uses many
>>libraries so causes the whole result (application jars, ear's, war's,
>>etc) to be very huge. Another side effect is the build time of the
>>project, which is really much!
>>I need all your ideas/suggestions/comments in this regard.
>>What problems may I get into with Axis? How's the performance in compare
>>with other implementations? Is there any better alternative than Axis
>>(free for sure!) And so on...
>>Best Regards,

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