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From Danny García Hernández <da...@g2k.es>
Subject Re: Axis 2 Client on Mobile Devices
Date Thu, 03 Sep 2009 17:00:43 GMT
Hi, i 'am running Axis2 client into Windows Mobile using J9 JVM and all 
is working perfect (MTOM included).

I don´t have maked any test with server stack into mobile device but you 
are saying appear very interesting.

Can (oe want) you explain any more?

Regards
Danny



Demetris escribió:
>
> Hey Adam,
>
>    at least hosting services on mobile devices I think the reason is 
> because mobile devices are still
> considered 'client' portals to services rather than servers. I am 
> working on peer-to-peer architectures
> connecting services across mobile devices and that's where my server 
> issue comes from ;)
>
>    Certainly stay in touch and let me know what else you find your end.
>
> Thanks
>
> Adam Elnagger wrote:
>> Hey Demetris,
>> Thanks for the response. Though it is not the response I was hoping 
>> for, it
>> does answer my question. I wonder why there seems to be so little 
>> support
>> for reliable web services in the mobile industry. Regardless, this is 
>> key
>> information to have.
>>
>> Thanks for your time!
>> Adam Elnagger
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Demetris [mailto:demetris@ece.neu.edu] Sent: Thursday, 
>> September 03, 2009 12:30 AM
>> To: axis-user@ws.apache.org
>> Subject: Re: Axis 2 Client on Mobile Devices
>>
>>
>> Hey Adam,
>>
>>     so what I have found out is that primarily the stacks of 
>> Axis/Axis2 or CXF are not geared towards
>> the mobile device industry (under J2ME that is) either on the client 
>> or on the server side. I was able to
>> build efficient SOAP-based WS clients using the kSOAP2 API, however, 
>> using the Jalimo (GNU
>> classpath for Linux Java that is pretty close to J2SE) I was able to 
>> run Axis and Axis2 as clients
>> and as servers (bundles in OSGi containers). The problem I ran into 
>> when I was running these as
>> servers was that the XML parsers used by Jalimo (which is a similar 
>> issue I had with J2ME) are
>> not compatible with whatever WSDL or SOAP messages the client side 
>> was generating.
>>     Please keep me posted of any other findings you may have - I have 
>> a few more myself that
>> had the same fate as the ones above so I figured it makes no sense to 
>> repeat them here.
>>
>> Good luck
>>
>> D G wrote:
>>  
>>> I have been pleading for help on this for months man and I didn't 
>>> even get back a hello. Hopefully you will have better luck. Once I 
>>> get to a laptop I will send you what I found so far.
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On Sep 2, 2009, at 11:28 AM, "Adam Elnagger" 
>>> <aelnagger@lampreynetworks.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>    
>>>> Hello,
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Is there any support/testing for building and running Axis 2 
>>>> clients on Mobile devices running Android, Windows Mobile, or 
>>>> Symbian? I am researching using web service stacks on mobile 
>>>> devices which support in particular WS-ReliableMessaging and MTOM.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Thanks,
>>>>
>>>> Adam Elnagger
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>       
>>
>>   
>



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