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Q)  Axis 1.x VS Axis 2.0 VS CFX ?


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This brings us to a good point to compare Axis2 and CXF on their own merits. They are of
course in many ways comparable; of necessity web services frameworks must fill in all the
same blanks, but since both projects are very young, each has certain areas that are more
well-developed than others. The chief differences are as follows:

i) CXF has support for WS-Addressing, WS-Policy, WS-RM, WS-Security, and WS-I BasicProfile.
Axis2 supports each of these except for WS-Policy, which will be supported in an
upcoming version.

ii) CXF was written with Spring in mind; Axis2 is not.

iii) Axis2 supports a wider range of data bindings, including XMLBeans, JiBX, JaxMe and JaxBRI
as well as its own native data binding, ADB. Note that support for JaxME and JaxBRI are
still considered experimental in Axis2 1.2.

iv) CXF currently supports only JAXB and Aegis; support for XMLBeans, JiBX and Castor
will come in CXF 2.1.Axis2 supports multiple languages--there is a C/C++ version available
in addition to the Java version.



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