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From "Mark D. Hansen" <>
Subject RE: need an alternative to Sun's JAX-RPC RI in JWSDP 1.2
Date Wed, 23 Jul 2003 13:33:28 GMT
Thanks for responding.  
I'd like to know:
(1) Generally speaking, do you find AXIS easier to use, better documented, and less buggy
than JWSDP?
(2) Specifically, I'm trying to use JAX-RPC as a platform to develop a simple messaging framework.
 JAXM would actually be better suited to my purposes, but I can't use JAXM because I need
to use official J2EE technology. I discovered that the current JAXRPC RI doesn't support dynamic
proxy for oneway doc/lit - so it can't be used to develop my messaging framework.  Does AXIS
1.1 support dynamic proxy for oneway doc/lit?

-----Original Message-----
From: Volkmann, Mark []
Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2003 9:15 AM
To: ''
Subject: RE: need an alternative to Sun's JAX-RPC RI in JWSDP 1.2

I have worked with both Axis and JWSDP.  What do you want to know? 

> -----Original Message----- 
> From: Mark D. Hansen [] 
> Sent: Tuesday, July 22, 2003 8:44 PM 
> To: AXIS Users (E-mail 2) 
> Subject: need an alternative to Sun's JAX-RPC RI in JWSDP 1.2 
> I'm pulling my hair out trying to work with Sun's JAX-RPC RI 
> - particularly the wscompile tool.  Am I just dense or is it 
> hard to work with? 
> Will I be any happier switching over to Axis?  Has anybody on 
> this list worked with both? 
> Thanks, 
> Mark 

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