Deepal Jayasinghe

15 articles

Using Axis2 and Java for Asynchronous Web Service Invocation on the Client Side

As previously mentioned, you also need to engage addressing on the client side. You can do that as follows:1 package org.sample;...

How to Write Axis2 Web Service Clients for the Cloud

Introduction Cloud computing has become a buzz word in the IT field, and people are developing application for the Clouds. One of the cool features we can...

Going Beyond XML Manipulation with Apache AXIOM

With the popularity of Apache Axis2, Axiom also got a good attention. One of the cool things is that you don’t need to have...

XML Manipulation with Apache AXIOM

What Is AXIOM? AXIOM stands for AXis2 Object Model and refers to the XML infoset model that was initially developed as part of Apache Axis2,...

The Axis2 Information Model

You have already reviewed a number of features and ways to use Axis2 in previous articles. The main focus of this article is to...

Embedding Apache Axis2 into Existing Applications

On this site, I have covered different topics on Axis2 that go from an introduction to Axis2 to very advanced tasks with Axis2, such...

Exposing a Database as a Web Service

Introduction When you look back the computer industry, you can clearly identify different different technologies in different time periods. In any given time period, databases...

Working with Axis2: Making a Java Class into a Service

What Are Code First and Contract First? In the case of the contract-first approach, you start with a Web services contact called WSDL (Web Service...

Axis2 Session Management

Web services are in high demand and a large number of players have entered the web service arena. As a result of this, users...

Writing an Axis2 Service from Scratch

Axis2 has designed and implemented in a way that makes the end user's job easier. Once he has learnt and understood the Axis2 basics,...

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