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Sathish Mallavaram
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i want know Difference between Sun Implementation and apache axis for jax rpc api . can anybody help me?
 
Ulf Dittmer
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What do you mean by "Sun implementation"? Every J2EE compliant app server has a JAX-RPC implementation, as do most JEE compliant ones (JAX-RPC is obsolete, and no longer a required component of JEE). If this is about new work you're planning to do, then you should look into JAX-WS instead.

Axis-2 no longer supports JAX-RPC, so your only Axis option would be Axis-1, which, too, is obsolete.

What "differences" are you interested in? JAX-RPC being a standard, the differences between implementations would be in performance, tooling, usability etc. But as I said, if you're looking to make a choice between implementations now, then JAX-RPC is not the way to go.
 
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