Friday, August 29, 2008
WSF-Spring is Axis2 integration into Spring framework. So you can use the power of Axis2 while you are in spring environment. So this is simply a way of using Spring web services with Axis2.
You can download the source and binary distributions from the following
Project's website - downloads : http://wso2.org/downloads/wsf/spring/
Pleas feel free to send any feedback to our forum
or our mailing lists
For further details please visit our project's website at:
Thursday, August 28, 2008
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
- Full access vs. no access
- Licensing freedom vs. licensing restrictions
- Online peer support vs. paid help-desk support
- Full vs. partial hardware support
- Command line vs. no command line
- Centralized vs. noncentralized application installation
- Flexibility vs. rigidity
- Fanboys vs. corporate types
- Automated vs. nonautomated removable media
- Multilayered run levels vs. a single-layered run level
Monday, August 25, 2008
Axis2 team is proud to announce the release of Apache Axis2 version
1.4.1. Apache Axis2 1.4.1 fixes a security vulnerability present in
Apache Axis2 1.4 policy processing.
Downloads are available at:
The Maven2 main repository has the latest jars as well.
Apache Axis2 is a complete re-design and re-write of the widely used
Apache Axis engine and is a more efficient, more
scalable, more modular and more XML-oriented Web services framework. It
is carefully designed to support the easy
addition of plug-in "modules" that extend its functionality for features
such as security and reliability.
Known Issues and Limitations in 1.4.1 Release:
- - Please see JIRA for the current status of bugs
We welcome any and all feedback at:
- - email@example.com (please include "[axis2]" in the subject,
please subscribe first)
- - firstname.lastname@example.org (please include "[axis2]" in the subject,
please subscribe first)
- - http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AXIS2
Thursday, August 21, 2008
Today I got a very valuable chance to teach a graduate class at Georgia Tech , it is interesting because I am just starting my graduate classes this fall . It was a guest lecture about Web services and Axis2. Professor Calton Pu , has to attend a conference so he requested me to do a guest lecture in his class today. I know teaching Axis2 is not such a difficult task for me , because most of the time I live with Axis2. But teaching a graduate class was bit of challenge for me , and second it made me somewhat nervous because that was the first time I did a lecture in a university. Anyway I believe I tried my best to make it simple , since the class consist of people from different areas. Teaching Web services to graduate who is doing research on Robotics or Multimedia is kind of dull job , its not there interest area.
Monday, August 18, 2008
It is almost four years we have started Axis2 , withing this small time period Axis2 has became the de-factor Java Web service framework. A number of large companies uses Axis2 in production , while well know universities are using Axis2 for various research purposes. Regardless of the usage of Axis2 , when we start Axis2 there were only five full time people working on the project. Which included , Srinath Perera , Eran Chinthaka , Ajith Ranabahu, Chathura Herath and myself. We all did our best to make what we were doing a great product. And now we can happy we have done something useful.
The most important thing is all of the initial people who wrote Axis2 , are now doing their graduate studies in USA. I personally consider that as a great achievement as far a project is concerned. Now Axis2 is a rich project with hundred of developers , let's wait and see how many more people from Axis2 will come to do the graduate studies.