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Axis is a framework for building and deploying applications using Web services. It allows you to create, debug, monitor and manage web services and Axis-enabled applications. In addition, it provides a collection of Web services engines that use the Java architecture, simple to use tools to help you easily build applications, and a simple design that leverages the power of Web services standards.
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[toc] * Universal Class Loader (UCL)
* Web services engine API
* Framework for building and deploying Web services
* High performance, low overhead, feature rich Web services environment
* A simple SOAP engine implementation
* A simple, easy to use framework for creating SOAP enabled applications
* New support for SOAP Document Messaging (DOM)
* Support for HTTP and HTTPS security
* SoapFault Listener
* HTTP long polling support
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Setting up a Web Service and Consuming it
I used Axis for creating a dynamic application, this works fine for me.
Web services engine API
Understand Java architecture Web services engine API provides various support classes that use the common Web services engine.
Axis In Java Architecture
Axis supports JAX-WS, which is the Java architecture for Web services. The Java Architecture for XML Web Services (JAX-WS) provides an extension of the Java EE (Enterprise Edition) API for creating JAX-RPC and SOAP Web services using a Java environment. The following Java Architecture for XML Web Services(JAX-WS) Technical Overview document is to provide an introduction for JAX-WS on the Sun Java Network Web Services (JSR) Technical Specification.
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JAX-WS (Java Architecture for XML Web Services)
This is a draft document of JAX-WS (Java Architecture for XML Web Services)
A Java Web Services specification designed to be used when developing and building Web services
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Axis is a set of tools and documentation that provide a framework for building
SOAP engines. You can use them to build a client, a server, a client gateway, a
server gateway, a JMS consumer or a JMS producer, a web service proxy, a web
service chore, a web service listener, or a SOAP script.
Although Axis is based on XML (SOAP) it offers a generic framework for
defining message processing. This allows the developers to focus on the business
objectives and not on the details of how the application will talk to each other.
The driver for the framework is a configuration file that describes the
communication channels and the message actions. This configuration file
determines the method invocation order, the namespaces to be used, and the
names of the incoming and outgoing messages.
Axis can be used as an API to develop your own web services or can be used
as a SOAP engine itself. Please see the
for an example of how to use Axis
in a web server.
Axis provides a framework for sending and processing messages on the wire.
This allows us to focus on the business logic.
It provides a set of generic interfaces and classes for building services.
This framework also provides a simple XML language for describing the structure
of the messages. This allows the developer to focus on the business aspect
of the application and not on the communication details.
In fact, the messages in Axis are not XML documents, they are as defined in
SOAP Specification. For example, the SOAP standard defines the following
The following are the basic operations performed by Axis:
+invoke an operation on a Java object that returns a message.
+invoke an operation on an array of Java objects.
+invoke a method on a Java class.
+invoke an operation on an array of Java classes
+invoke an operation on an array of Java objects.
+extract required properties from a message.
+define the message structure.
+make extensions available to the SOAP processing.
+indicate the message is a SOAP document
+insert SOAP headers into the message.
+check the value of the parameter is valid.
These are all the basic operations that Axis supports.
More features, supported
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What’s New In Axis?
Axis is an open source Java framework for developing SOAP processors. It provides the SOAP processing libraries and applications as well as support for bridging to web services.
SOAP processors are comprised of three components:
1) A SOAP engine, which is a set of Java classes for parsing SOAP messages, generating SOAP messages from XML, and marshaling SOAP messages to XML.
2) A SOAP message handler, a Java class to handle SOAP messages using the Java API for XML.
3) A SOAP client, a Java class to represent a SOAP processor, which will be the only code executing against the processor.
Axis is an API for creating SOAP processors using the SOAP engine described in the first component. An axis processor is simply a sequence of handler invocations.
This makes the chain of SOAP processors, from client to server, typically easy to design and implement. On the server side, a simple server can just respond with a SOAP message, and all of the work is done by the handler. On the client side, the only work performed by the handler is to marshal from XML to SOAP.
The axis engine is in a separate package from the client and server interfaces. An axis processor can be the direct client or server of the web service. Axis also provides adapters for common web services such as JAX-RPC.
Axis provides a bridge to non-SOAP APIs as well. Axis can read and write data from data sources like JMS, DB2, etc., and it can also read and write data to web services.
Axis includes the following:
– SOAP Processing Libraries and Applications:
The processing libraries include marshalers for streaming to XML, marshalers for streaming to JSON, and deserializers for deserializing XML, including XML namespaces, and they can be configured to use custom XML parsers.
The processing libraries include servers for accessing web services and SOAP clients for accessing non-SOAP APIs.
The application libraries include a Java library for handling SOAP messages (which can use common XML parsers or “axis parsers” to handle XML), a Java library for accessing JDBC data sources, a Java library for accessing JMS queues, a Java library for accessing database queues, and a Java library for accessing LDAP.
The application libraries include a Java library for calling SOAP clients, a Java library for calling HTTP clients, a Java library for sending
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