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differences between AXIS and JWSDP

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please give me 1)differences between AXIS and JWSDP?
2)advantages of AXIS over JWSDP and vis versa?
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I think the only difference is in the results of wsdl<->java tools in these packs, where actuall implementation of common interfaces are different.
Here some user experience in using both tools
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Hi Vara Prasad,

One can differentiate between the two based on following parameters:

a. ease of use

b. support for plugging in WS-Security 2004, XML Signatures, XML Encryption specification implementations

c. ease of deployment

d. xml schema support and xml<->java data binding frameworks

e. support for Basic Profile

f. interropability with other soap toolkits

Only those who worked on both AXIS and JWSDP can clearly tell the differences between the two keeping in mind the above parameters. As far as my familiarity with above parameters , I vote for AXIS over JWSDP for a, f parameters as I dont know how JWSDP supports other parameters over AXIS.

Hope I am giving you some hints.
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