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From Aleksander Slominski <>
Subject Re: Axis version
Date Tue, 24 Aug 2004 02:47:46 GMT

if none of performance problems are showstoppers (are there any?) then 
why not release what is currently in CVS (after freeze period and 
release testing) and then do performance tuning with subsequent 1.2.x 



Davanum Srinivas wrote:

>There are some performance issues that need to be found and fixed
>before we can declare 1.2 as final. It may take a month or two
>(hopefully). Of course, we can do it sooner if we get some good
>patches. See
>for a list of suggestions from Nishant. I wish we could get a few
>patches from Nishant :) :)
>-- dims
>On Mon, 23 Aug 2004 10:28:53 +0300, Arkady Kasianski <> wrote:
>>1.1 was released june 2003. When 1.2 will be released!
>>Davanum, Could you answer please ?
>>Lael Beta expels our customers....
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Will Sargent []
>>Sent: Sunday, August 22, 2004 8:55 PM
>>Subject: Re: Axis version
>>Nelson Minar wrote:
>>>>We are using Axis 1.2 beta 2 in our big Web services project. Our
>>>>product management insist to use GA 1.1 release, since using beta
>>>>product in the production environment is unacceptable.
>>>This is a bad decision - 1.2 is much, much better than 1.1. If I had
>>>recalcitrant PMs, I'd just tell them that 1.1 was lower quality than
>>>the current 1.2beta and that it'd be too hard to port your code back
>>>to 1.1 anyway.
>>But this doesn't say anything about 1.2.  Is 1.2 "good enough" quality
>>to use in a production environment?  Especially when it has the beta
>>label on it?
>>Quite frankly, I've given up on using Axis altogether, and I'm using
>>SAAJ.  It's way lower-level, but it's well documented and stable, and I
>>can build the features I need myself in much less time than it would
>>take me to work around the bugs in Axis and figure out what it's doing.
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