Monday, June 23, 2008

Sudden increases in Axis2 download

It is nice to see that Axis2 download has gone up in a high amount. So this is a simple indicator that a number of companies and users have started to use Axis2. And remember all the following downloads are only from Apache main site not from any of the mirrors.

http://people.apache.org/~vgritsenko/stats/projects/axis2.html

7 comments:

Deepal Jayasinghe said...

Very good comments , I also agree with you that adding a number of jars into classpath is a pain. And I will do my best to provide a solution for that.

sumedha said...

May be we(Axis2) should think of creating a single jar file containing all the necessary classes from our modules.
But then again the jar will be bit large in size.

Deepal Jayasinghe said...

I do not think that the size of the jar is the problem here, the real problem is finding out the necessary jars to get the simple job done

Jon Scott Stevens said...

Why did you delete my comment? Lame.

Deepal Jayasinghe said...

The reason is it had a link to a site which I do not want to have a link from my blog :) . Other than the content and comments is really useful.

Glen Daniels said...

Deepal, if you edit out someone's comment and you've already replied to that comment, then the conversation no longer makes sense for the new reader.

Could you please summarize Jon's original comment for the record? I get the jar dependencies thing, but what was the context?

Jon: this stuff must happen to you all the time, eh, you kinkster? :)

Deepal Jayasinghe said...

What Jon Scott Stevens said was they (his company) have moved from JbossWS to Axis2 , and they find that Axis2 does what they want. However Axis2 has a number of dependencies which make a pain for them. Because they need to add all of them to the class path.