Yes, I've played with it -- no production work and yes, Apache's axis is THE
way I'd do web services (were I to have such a project on my plate right
now).  --dawn

Dawn M. Wolthuis
Tincat Group, Inc.

Take and give some delight today.

-----Original Message-----
Behalf Of Stuart Boydell
Sent: Tuesday, April 20, 2004 5:54 PM
To: U2 Users Discussion List
Subject: RE: Uniobjects / php

> Behalf Of Dawn M. Wolthuis
> The fastest, bestest, free way I know to have html<-->U2 with update
> capability is by using tomcat for a web server (or at least for an app
> server, i.e. a servlet container), then UOJ classes with Java.
> Client: Web Browser, with html / jsp
> Http Server: Requires a servlet container, such as tomcat, this
> is where the
> Java classes including UOJ classes run
> Database Server: U2
> It works.  See (or .org?)
> You could use Jython, in theory, although I haven't tried that.  --dawn

Have you used Axis at all - would you consider throwing that into the mix
too for Web Services?


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