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From Paul Fremantle <>
Subject Re: What teams are working on Axis cpp?
Date Wed, 01 Feb 2006 13:32:20 GMT

Nice looking screenshots!

The IBM team (which I used to be the architect for :-) ) ship the AxisC++
1.x project as the MQC2 support pack ( I can no longer
comment on what IBM's future plans for this are, since I no longer work
there :-)

WSO2 are strongly backing the Axis2/C project. A couple of our guys were
heavily involved in the creation of AxisC++, but we took the decision that
to create a highly flexible asynchronous Web Service engine that supports
WS-Addressing, WS-ReliableMessaging, WS-TX, etc, we needed to rebuild on the
Axis2 design.

The result is the Axis2/C project, which is just getting to the stage where
we have clients and servers talking using WS-Addressing.

So summary:

AxisC++ 1.x is fairly stable project with a team from IBM supporting it to
IBM customers.
Axis2/C is a very cool new project with WSO2 firmly behind it aiming to have
a 1.0 in the summer.


On 2/1/06, Samisa Abeysinghe <> wrote:
> Henrik Nordberg wrote:
> > I'm not sure if this has been covered before, but what teams are
> > developing Axis cpp?
> > It seems that there is one team from and one team from
> > IBM. Are there others?
> >
> > It seems the team is focused on AXISC2.
> Axis2C is not being done by as such But most of the
> developers are from Sri Lanka, including myself.
> This is an effort to implelemt the Axis2 architecture
> ( in C.
> The rationale for a new architecture is described in the doc.
> Samisa...
> >
> > What are the backgrounds of the teams, i.e., why are you guys doing
> this?
> > (Which we are all, of course, glad for!)
> >
> > I guess one reason I am asking is that we have now invested in Axis
> > cpp, and
> > want to know what lies in the future in terms of bug fixes. We have a
> > large
> > project ( that uses Axis cpp and we
> > want to
> > make sure there are people around to look at the bugs we report, and
> > if not,
> > we'd like to help out.
> >
> > Thanks
> > - Henrik
> >
> >

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