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Stuart J W Bell
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Hi all,


I am looking into various SOAP engines to see which would be the most suitable for my needs. In particular I am looking into SOAP over JMS as a transport. I am finding a lot of conflicting information on this for a start.

In particular on the use of technology that would be supported under a WebSphere environment. I have been looking at Axis and how it can be used to send messages, however the following article casts some doubt on it:

http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/library/techarticles/0405_reinitz/0405_reinitz.html

Instead it talks about IBM's WebSphere SOAP engine. Has anyone used this to any degree and can they share some information on this? It appears to be rather buttoned up and I am finding it difficult to find a published API to find out how best to utilise it.

Can anyone shed some light on this?

Thanks,


Stuart
 
Ulf Dittmer
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That an IBM staffer would talk up an IBM solution over one from a different source is not surprising. What she's saying is that IBM doesn't support Axis, which is kind of a given. But Axis is a standard web app, and as such runs just fine on WebSphere.
 
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