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From "Michael Merz" <>
Subject RE: Beehive JSR-181 implementation -- proposal
Date Thu, 19 Aug 2004 18:16:16 GMT
Hi Anil,

Sounds great. What piece of the annotation processor are you working on?
I have started looking at Sun's apt (annotation processing tool), which
is also used by the controls subproject. I hope that we can share some
of the already existing code.

>From looking at the Axis code base, I think you're right; we should be
able to leverage a lot of their code as well, including the Java2WSDL
and WSDL2Java tools.



-----Original Message-----
From: Anil Sharma [] 
Sent: Thursday, August 19, 2004 10:58 AM
To: Beehive Developers
Subject: Re: Beehive JSR-181 implementation -- proposal

Hi Michael, Ias & others, 

I'd started writing the Annotation Processor component a couple of days
back & half-way thru it.
Should be able to submit my work sometime next week to the group for
feedback from others. 

I also started on the Java2Wsdl part but wasn't sure if it should be
written indepenently or if
the Axis code can be reused. From what I saw, there is a lot of scope of
reuse from Axis but that
might require some changes to Axis code. Any views on this? I'm planning
to work on this piece
too,  in next 1-2 weeks. 


--- Michael Merz <> wrote:

> Hi all,
> A proposal for a JSR-181 implementation within Apache's Beehive
> has been published at Beehive's Wiki:
> in:
> This proposal is based on previous discussions on this list (including
> comments from Ias, Jongjin, and Sanjiva) plus a few additional ideas;
> is a very high-level design proposal, intended to be a "living
> -- so feel free to add and modify.
> Cheers,
> -michael

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