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From "FURTADO, Murray, GBM" <>
Subject RE: [Axis2] Axis2 1.2 RC2 Released
Date Tue, 03 Apr 2007 12:31:12 GMT
I have found 2 issues in Axis2-1.1.1 which aren't fixed in 1.2RC2 
1) Subclasses using adb databindings are not generated by wsdl2java (see my
previous posts for details)
2) when using xmlbeans databindings, the -ns2p switch on the wsdl2java
compiler doesn't seem to be applied to the emitted implementation classes 
  (again, see my previous post for details.)  
Murray Furtado
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From: Deepal Jayasinghe [] 
Sent: 03 April 2007 12:00
Subject: [Axis2] Axis2 1.2 RC2 Released

Hi all,

I uploaded Axis2 1.2 RC2 release artifacts. Please help us by downloading
and reviewing them.

Download locations :
binary distributions-
source distribution
docs distribution
war distribution


mars (addressing and soapmonitor)


According to the release plan, I'm expecting to release Axis2 1.2 on
6th   April, 2007.

Features included in the release :
- WSDL 2.0 fully support
(Reading , writing and codegen)
- POJO - annotation 
- JAX-WS integration
- JAX-WS -annotation
- Un-wrapping (Response) 
- ADB - missing schema support 
- Maven2 support
- JSON support 
- Binary serialization (Fast Inforset)
- Multiple services support in code gen 
- HTTP code generation (both WSDL 1.1 and 2.0)
- Fix/update helper mode 
- Custom deployers support
- Message formatters
- Message Builders

In addition to above major features we have fixed numerous JIRA issues.


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