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Old 07-21-2005, 04:21 PM   #1
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WebServices on Java


I want to develop web services, that should be completely available such as the Google search service. I used to write WebServices with java and SOAP, but I learned that it was quite restricting.

I need it to be public, and to create the WSDL file, so anyone can use it.... what is the path I should follow? I've seen many Java APIs but I don't know which one to pick.

Also, where should I deploy? Jboss, tomcat?

Please any references or path you could point me to

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Have a look at Apache Axis.
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