Friday, December 19, 2008

Axis2 Information Model

In Axis2 there are two main types of data, which static data and dynamic data. Static data coming from the various description file, whereas dynamic data is created at the runtime. I recently wrote an article explaining the available types of static data, that will help you to get some understanding about various static data types, as well as when and how they are going to be created.

Read the full article.

4 comments:

Jöe said...

Hi Deepal,
I have been a follower of your articles on Axis2..very informative and helpful..I am a Webservices developer, recently started working on Axis 2...

I have 2 tasks in front of me

1. Instead of deploying my service as aar in Tomcat, I want axis2 to be embedded in my web service, so that I can deploy that as any other web app.

2. I want to achieve platform independence with Axis2 based service. The service that I deploy in Tomcat, should be able to be moved to Websphere or any other server without any effort or with minimal effort.

If you have written any articles on the above two, please let me know the link..it would be very helpful for me...

Thanks, Joel

Deepal Jayasinghe said...

I hope following article will help you, anyway if it is not please feel free to contact me.

Embedding Apache Axis2 into Existing Applications

Joe said...

Well...not really...Sorry for missing one point in my earlier post...my service is actually a Jax WS (Axis2 implementation) service...the article you pointed out works only for Axis2 and not for JaxWS..!

joshua said...

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