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From Paul Denning <>
Subject Re: SOAP over JMS specifications
Date Fri, 20 Apr 2007 19:34:24 GMT
Sorry that my colleagues and I have not been able to help in this 
effort, but I have two questions:

1.  Are the specs stable and are there any plans to submit them to 
OASIS, W3C, IETF, or some other organization?
2.  Does Axis2 implement these specs?


At 12:35 PM 2007-03-21, Asankha C. Perera wrote:
>Hi Paul
>I have been reading through these specs again last weekend and was 
>preparing to make the enhancements to the current implementation to 
>be consistent. I also wanted the JMS transport to be able to address 
>the open issues filed against it.. I hope to embark on this. Would 
>you be willing to help in this effort or its testing?
>Paul Denning wrote:
>>What is the status of this effort?
>>At 09:03 AM 2007-01-12, Glen Daniels wrote:
>>>Hi Axis-Dev'ers:
>>>As some of you may know, several companies (BEA, IBM, Progress, and
>>>TIBCO) have been working on a formal set of specifications for binding
>>>SOAP to the Java Message Service API.  These specs consist of a) a SOAP
>>>binding, and b) a description of the "jms:" IRI scheme which is used for
>>>addressing.  The specs do NOT cover an interoperable wire-level
>>>representation which could bridge different vendors' JMS implementations
>>>- though a future version might go there.  This version has been
>>>designed so that plugging in a different implementation should work
>>>seamlessly without recompiling any code; as such we define a
>>>BytesMessage encapsulation of SOAP (and MTOM), a "Content-Type" JMS
>>>header, and a few other needed parts.

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