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JAX-WS is the foundation of WSIT (project Tango)

Posted by kohlert on May 17, 2006 at 11:47 PM PDT

Many of you may have seen the following announcment from Sun yesteray about WSIT (project Tango): Sun and Microsoft Showcase Interoperability Between the Java Platform and .Net Framework at the 2006 JavaOne Conference: Financial News - Yahoo! Finance.



You may be wondering how does this relate to JAX-WS. I am pleased to announce that JAX-WS is the core component to WSIT. In fact, WSIT is really a set of extensions to JAX-WS. To support the WS-* technologies that are part of WSIT better and to improve performance, the JAX-WS RI has been rearchitected. At this time I can tell you that the the first nightly build of the rearchicted RI is now available for download. This is a an EA version and there are still some JAX-WS 2.0 functionality that we have not ported to the new architecture. You can download this nightly from the RI download page. This nightly build does not include the WSIT (WS-*) technologies at this time but that download should be available in the weeks to come.



If you want to learn more about WSIT, please visit the
WSIT project on Java.net.

JAX-WS and WSIT is part of the Glassfish community.


TAGS: JAX-WS, Glassfish, WSIT, Web Services

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