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  • Blog Post: Web services interop with WCF - Relevant Forum Questions

    I was just browsing the WCF forum on MSDN. Here's a summary of the recent interesting threads dealing with interop: How to map complex data types exposed by a J2EE web services, into a WCF client? How to use connect from an AXIS 2 client to a WCF service using SSL? How to transfer a Hashtable...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft + Apache = ?

    You saw the big news: Microsoft announced that it will give $100k to the Apache Software Foundation . What are the implications of this move? I don't know exactly, but I smell opportunity! I feel very pleased with this step. Of course, it is only a start, and we will have to see how it goes. But...
  • Blog Post: Changing of the Guard: AXIS out, JAXWS in

    I have come to a conclusion: I no longer want to deal with the hassle that has become Apache AXIS. Back in the day, when interconnecting Java to .NET was still novel, I started using Apache SOAP to show how interop between .NET and JAva was possible. I was looking for something simple and easy, something...
  • Blog Post: Connecting to Exchange using JAX-WS, part 1

    Yes, it is possible to Connect to Exchange using JAX-WS The fear and trepidation I had when considering the effort to connect a Java application to Exchange Server 2007 was well founded. It wasn't easy. I'm going to spoil the ending and tell you, yes, it is possible to connect Java apps to Exchange...
  • Blog Post: WCF and Apache AXIS interop

    I'm getting back to building and publishing working examples. My latest is a working example of a WCF client communicating with an Apache AXIS 1.4 server, using web services. You can find it here . There's full source code available. This one shows complex types with nesting being transferred between...
  • Blog Post: AXIS connects to Office 2007 Excel Services

    Office 2007 introduces all sorts of new cool things. One of the things that has me most jazzed is the Excel services , which is part of the Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server 2007 (aka MOSS 2007). What Excel Services gives you - you can now use server resources to run spreadsheet computations. Previous...
  • Blog Post: Using AXIS within WebSphere = no support from IBM

    I did not realize this, but it stands to reason... IBM will not support the use of AXIS within WebSphere . To get AXIS to work within the WebSphere server, you need to remove the WebSphere-supplied webservices.jar, which will void your support warranty for WebSphere. The reason this is relevant...
  • Blog Post: AXIS 1.2RC3 and .NET

    AXIS 1.2RC3 was released last week, although the AXIS releases page isn't yet updated. If you are using AXIS 1.1, and want interop with .NET, you really should check out AXIS 1.2. One thing that changed: It does arrays of primitives nicely. Another item: it no longer forces the 1st character in all webservice...
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