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cant i use axis2 or cxf with servlet3.1

 
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cant i use axis2 or cxf with servlet3.1???
 
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You can. If your question means that you ran into problems doing so, please elaborate.
 
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no axis2 only works upto servlet2.5
 
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I know Axis2 works on Tomcat 8 (which supports Servlet 3.1) because I use it. What makes you think otherwise?
 
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coderanch has disabled to paste printscreen..how should i show you?
 
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You can attach images via the "Attachment" tab when writing a post/reply. But any text (error messages and such), please post as text.
 
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Some people says soap is more secure than restful webservices?..is it true?
 
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SOAP has more security features available, namely the ones defined in WS-Security, but REST can also be made secure via HTTPS and authentication. So as a blanket statement like that, I would say no, it's not true.
 
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thank you sir.
but what is more secure??HTTPS vs Soap-security
 
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That can't be answered in general. But I would say, if security is very high among your priorities, then SOAP with WS-Security is a better choice.
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