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From Jan Hinzmann <...@geeksonly.de>
Subject Re: Cocon and WebServices
Date Fri, 03 Jun 2005 09:08:16 GMT
Hi Sebastien,

in my application the use of axis doubled my code. That is, I had to write the 
same code in my flowscript and in another javaclass.

To answer your question: No, I did not use axis as a library.

But that would be interesting, e.g. for generating a wsdl-file.


On Thursday 02 June 2005 21:06, Sebastien Arbogast wrote:
> 2005/6/2, Jan Hinzmann <jan@geeksonly.de>:
> > :o)
> > I'm happy, that I have infected you with the cocoon-webservice-virus and 
that
> > now there is someone out there, who can potentially help me, wehen I get 
in
> > trouble.
> 
> :-) Just one small question. Have you tried to use Axis as a library
> (not the cocoon block) from flowscript ? I don't know Axis very well
> but I can't believe it's not possible to use it to do what you did
> using JXTemplates and XSLT. Because the problem with your approach is
> that we can only use a very small part of SOAP capacities.
> I'd just like to know if you've searched that way, to know whether
> it's worth having a look.
> 
> -- 
> Sebastien ARBOGAST
> 
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-- 
Gruß, Jan

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