Copy of Glen Daniels' presentation at JavaOne BOF on June 28th.
Bill. Am sorry, you are wrong. It takes a one liner to do that in Axis.
C:\APACHE\ws-axis\java>java samples.client.DynamicInvoker http://www.xmethods.com/sd/2001/BabelFishService.wsdl BabelFish en_es "Hello World" Reading WSDL document from 'http://www.xmethods.com/sd/2001/BabelFishService.wsdl' Preparing Axis dynamic invocation Executing operation BabelFish with parameters: translationmode=en_es sourcedata=Hello World return=Hola Mundo
I had tuned into NPR's Science Friday where they were talking about the Relativity paper and the talk was about how much Einstein was frustrated with the slow adoption of his ideas.
I know why - He did not have a *BLOG* :-)
<mtom clientMode="on|off" serverMode="always|never|optional"/>#3: On the client, you can force MTOM-ming using RequireMtom flag.
String fileName = "Winter.jpg"; // Create an instance of the Web service proxy class. BinaryDataMTOMServiceWse serviceproxy = new BinaryDataMTOMServiceWse(); // Specify that MTOM encoding must be used. serviceproxy.RequireMtom = true;
The Apache jUDDI team is pleased to announce the long awaited release of
jUDDI version 0.9rc4, the last release candidate before 0.9 final
becomes available in July. You can download it here:
We'd like to thank everyone who had a hand in producing this release
especially those who reported bugs, submitted feature requests, and have
assisted others deploy jUDDI via the project's mailing lists.
Barring the discovery of any significant issues with 0.9rc4 we're
planning to release 0.9 final sometime in mid-July. Version 0.9 final
will include fixes to any major issues identified between now and then
as well as a long-overdue update to the jUDDI User's Guide.
Please submit questions and comments related to the deployment and use
of jUDDI to email@example.com. Development-related issues should
be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Issues and feature requests may
also be submitted to:
In the continued spirit of "release early and often", the Apache Axis team
is pleased to announce the release of version 1.2.1, an incremental change
over 1.2 final, with some added functionality and of course bug fixes. You
can find it at:
A few words about this release -
* Changes can be found in changelog.html at the top level... Better cookie
support, array handling, elementFormDefault in generated WSDL, SAAJ bug
* As always, thanks to EVERYONE who submitted bug reports, patches, and
(especially) good, concise test cases. Muchos gracias.
* Also as always, please send questions/comments to email@example.com,
and development-related issues to firstname.lastname@example.org. Issues may be
checked and filed at http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AXIS
Onwards to 1.2.Next...
on behalf of the Axis team
The Apache Axis2 Team is pleased to announce the second milestone
release of Apache Axis2.
You can download the releases from:
This milestone release has the following features:
* AXIOM, a SOAP specific streaming XML infoset model for SOAP 1.1 &
* Modules, the mechanism for extending the SOAP processing model
* Support for WS-Addressing (as a module)
* Support for one-way messaging
* Support for request response messaging
* Hot deployment of Web services and Module deployment based on
* WSDL code generation tool for stubs and skeletons (without
data binding for M2)
* HTTP transport support
* SMTP transport support
* TCP transport support
Axis2 is taking shape and this M2 release is only a glimpse of what is to be expected in the future. If you have a vision of how the next generation of Web services middleware should be, and like to contribute to Axis2, please join us at email@example.com. Any contribution in the form of coding, testing, submitting improvements to the documentation, and reporting bugs is always welcome.
More information about Axis2 is available from the Axis2 home:
-- The Axis2 Development Team
Jaliya has set up an Interop endpoint for Apache Sandesha (A WS-RM implementation that works with Apache Axis) - http://ws.zones.apache.org:7070/sandesha-interop/interop.jsp.
Questions + comments please post to fx-dev AT ws.apache.org.