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From "Pramodh Peddi" <ppe...@IMPRIVATA.com>
Subject Apache Soap VS Axis
Date Thu, 02 Dec 2004 23:32:13 GMT
My company is trying to make the product more scalable. We are using
Apache Soap right now. So, we are considering migrating from Soap to
Axis as one of the important sources to enhance the
scalability/performance of the product.

 

Can anyone provide any official documentation on how better a
performance can Apache Axis give compared to Apache Soap? Googling
around gave me many links saying the same, but it would be easy for me
to convince my co-workers/boss. I could not find any such documentation
on Axis site.

 

Can anyone provide (or refer to) any application implemented in Axis and
also in Soap, which can be used to compare performances of both? And is
there any official Apache Axis documentation which explains how to
migrate from Apache soap to Apache Axis when using MessageRouter
implementation.

 

Are there any good tools in the market to test (load test) the web
services applications. I found one: 
http://www.mindreef.com/products/overview.html, but wondering is there
are any others.

 

We currently use MessageRouter implementation in Apache Soap. Any one
has any suggestions on this while migrating from Soap to Axis.

 

Thanks in advance! I appreciate the help.

 

 

Pramodh Peddi

Software Engineer

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