Apache Axis Live: A Web Services Tutorial

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SourceBeat, LLC, 2004 - Computers - 200 pages
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The Axis project from the Apache Software Foundation is a third generation Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) engine. It is an open-source Java framework for constructing and deploying interoperable XML transactions using SOAP. Apache Axis Live presents the reader with a wide-ranging guide to using the Apache Axis project. It covers everything needed to know about Axis in general and how it can be utilized. Readers will quickly discover that Axis is one of the more exciting developments out of the Apache Software Foundation and is now the most popular open-source web service implementation.

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Getting Started with the Apache Axis Project
Custom Deployment
Axis Inputs and Outputs
Adding a Rich Flash Client to a Web Service
Axis Monitoring Tools
Debugging Apache Axis Applications
Axis and WSDL

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-->James Goodwill--> is the co-founder and chief architect at Virtuas Solutions, LLC, located in Denver, Colorado. He has extensive experience in designing and architecting e-business applications. James authored the bestselling Java titles Developing Java Servlets and Pure JavaServer Pages. James is also a regular columnist on the Java community website OnJava.com and has recently been elected to JSR 152, the JSP 2.0 Expert Group.

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