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does jboss has web service feature?

 
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does jboss has web service feature?
 
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Originally posted by Timber Lee:
does jboss has web service feature?


yes!
 
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Hi,
By default jboss doesn't support webservices. I mean to say still jboss doesnt have built in support for webservices.
We have to use Cysive Cymbio� server on jboss to enable webservices. And Cysive Cymbio server is not freeware
To know more details about Cysive Cymbio� visit https://secure.cysive.com/devzone/RequestEvaluation
I hope you find this info useful
Loke.
 
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It doesn't take a commercial product to do Web Services. Check out Apache Axis.
 
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I second the motion for Apache Axis based on the quality and availability and lastly because it is free!
Apache Axis
 
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By default jboss doesn't support webservices. I mean to say still jboss doesnt have built in support for webservices.


JBoss plugs in rather than builds in and the result is a consistent "built-in" quality to everything.

We have to use Cysive Cymbio� server on jboss to enable webservices. And Cysive Cymbio server is not freeware


I think you meant to say you chose to use Cysive Cymbio� server versus you have to. No problem in paying for solutions that you feel give you some sort of material business advantage. I would try Apache Axis first, however, and then perhaps make a comparison with the cash-money-u-pay variety.

 
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