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From Rupal Soni <>
Subject RE: Invoke Axis2 Web Service from Non JVM Client?
Date Fri, 04 May 2007 19:23:20 GMT
Is this made possible after Axis 2 came in market or was it possible to invoke Axis 1.x web
services with non-Java clients. after reading it seems like it's
made possible in Axis 2 only. Is this true?
"Hickman, Craig" <> wrote:
      No problem with that at all. As long as the client is SOAP or REST or other supported
protocols you're fine. I have parts of the company using Cold Fusion Clients, C clients, etc.
  Only the service is in java, but the clients accessing it don't matter as long as they can
understand the protocol and make the appropriate calls on the service.

  From: Rupal Soni [] 
Sent: Friday, May 04, 2007 12:26 PM
Subject: Invoke Axis2 Web Service from Non JVM Client?

>From what I read in the documentation " The Apache Axis2 project is a Java-based implementation
of both the client and server sides of the Web services equation". Does this mean the client
I implement has be written in Java only. Can't I have the client invoking the Web Service
in any other language?

Michele Mazzucco <> wrote:   On Fri, 2007-05-04 at 08:06 -0700,
Rupal Soni wrote:
> In short I want my Web Service to return XML response

This is what Web services are supposed to do :)


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