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From James Mao <>
Subject Re: Using CXF
Date Tue, 12 Sep 2006 01:54:21 GMT
Hi Richard,

Nice to see you in cxf maillist.
I think in next week, we will have distribution module done, at that 
time we will port all the Celtix samples to CXF, and the configuration 
may have a little change, but i guess they will be 90% same.
And we'll also create the demos for Attachement, XOP/MTOM, REST, etc.

So, stay tuned.


Shaw, Richard A 写道:
> As you may have seen on the Celtix mailing list - I need to use soap with attachments
in my system and Celtix does not support it, so I was thinking about using CXF for this connection
> My question is twofold -
> 1 - Is there are build rule to move all the jar files I need for dev and deploy into
one place ? (I've build the source OK - so I have jar dotted around various target directories
> 2 - Is there a sample project to base my first client/server on. In particular I'm thinking
about how to call wsd2java to generate my code. I was thinking about starting with the a Celtix
sample and changing the path names to CXF, but if someone has already done this then it will
save me time.
> Thanks in advance for any advice you might have.
> Richard Shaw
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