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difference between xercesImpl and xfire

 
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Hi ,
can any one tell me what is the difference between
these 2 jars in one of my project xercesImpl.jar used to develop
web services

but in my eclipse by default its providing xfire.jar

can any one tell me where and what we will use

Thanks in advance

regards,
Srinivasa Reddy.P
 
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Xerces is an XML parser, while XFire is a (now obsolete) SOAP framework. It's jar file may also contain an XML parser, possibly Xerces.

You may not need to add either jar file, since starting with Java 5, the JRE is shipped with an XML parser based on Xerces.
 
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