NetBeans itself does. However, it is bundled with Tomcat app server and when you try to create a new webservice, NetBeans says, Tomcat doesn't have JAXRPC capabilities.
There's also a version of NetBeans that comes bundled with Sun's own app server, which should have those capabilities (but Sun App Server is mighty and, analogically, slow to start).
Axis, in contrast, doesn't use JAXRPC, and can be run on Tomcat.
- This is a wide field. - Java is to .NET what Linux is to Windows: The same (or even more) possibilities and features, being more like a tool box, having a steaper learning curve, and you're getting to actually know what you're doing.
Last edited by robbbert; 08-10-2006 at 02:50 PM.