Monday, May 07, 2007

Apache Axis2/C 1.0.0 Released

Apache Axis2/C Team is pleased to announce the release of Apache Axis2/C
version 1.0.0
You can download this release from

Key Features

1. Support for one-way messaging (In-Only) and request response
messaging (In-Out)
2. Client APIs: Easy to use service client API and more advanced
operation client API
3. Transports supported: HTTP
a. Inbuilt HTTP server called simple axis server
b. Apache2 httpd module called mod_axis2 for server side
c. IIS module for server side
d. Client transport with ability to enable SSL support
e. libcurl based client transport
4. Module architecture, mechanism to extend the SOAP processing model
5. WS-Addressing support, both the submission (2004/08) and final
(2005/08) versions, implemented as a module
6. MTOM/XOP support
7. AXIOM, an XML object model optimized for SOAP 1.1/1.2 messages;
This has complete XML infoset support
8. XML parser abstraction
a. Libxml2 wrapper
b. Guththila pull parser support
9. Both directory based and archive based deployment models for
deploying services and modules
10. Description hierarchy providing access to static data of Axis2/C
runtime (configuration, service groups, services, operations and messages)
11. Context hierarchy providing access to dynamic Axis2/C runtime
information(corresponding contexts to map to each level of description
12. Message receiver abstraction
a. Inbuilt raw XML message receiver
13. Code generation tool for stub and skeleton generation for a given
WSDL (based on Java tool)
a. Axis Data Binding (ADB) support
14. Transport proxy support
15. REST support (more POX like) using both HTTP POST and GET
16. Comprehensive documentation
a. Axis2/C Manual

Major Changes Since Last Release

1. Many Bug Fixes
2. IIS module for server side
3. libcurl based client transport
4. Improvements to overall API to make it more user friendly, stable
and binary compatible
5. Transport proxy support
6. Memory leak fixes

We welcome your early feedback on this implementation.
Thank you for your interest in Axis2/C.

-- Apache Axis2/C Team --

Congratulations Apache Axis2/C Team !!!

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