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Any advice on the best tools out for working with message- and RPC-style web services from a Java development standpoint.
I have gotten quite proficient at using AXIS, JAXM, and SAAJ. They might be the best.
XMLSpy is pretty good as well.
Thanks.
 
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IMHO Axis is the best..!!
 
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I heard lot goods about Axis.
 
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One thing I don't like about Axis is the deployment process. Otherwise, Axis rocks.
 
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Originally posted by Lasse Koskela:
One thing I don't like about Axis is the deployment process. Otherwise, Axis rocks.


It was for me, but then I started directly editing the server-config.wsdd file which is quite easy
 
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here's a good RMI, web-service alternative:
http://www.jxmlgateway.com
it instantly makes your existing java software available securely over xml based http calls.....
 
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But jxmlgateway is not open source. So I 'll stick with Axis in my current project, but thank you anyway for the knowledge.
[ September 05, 2003: Message edited by: Ashik uzzaman ]
 
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