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Mark Hansen : Apache Axis

 
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Did this book "SOA Using Java Web Services" covers about Apache Axis?
 
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Looking at the table of contents of the book, i see its mainly uses Sun java webservices package.
 
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The examples in the book, have been tested and run on the GlassFish reference implementation of Java EE 5 - which is bundled with the Sun Java EE 5 JDK.

However, the code does not *require* the use of GlassFish or the Sun JDK. Any platform that supports JAX-WS, JAXB, and JSR-181 is suitable.

Please have a look at this post -> https://coderanch.com/t/223921/Web-Services/java/Book-Promo-Java-SOA-without
 
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Thanks Mark.
 
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