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Apache Axis2 Web Services: Writing an Axis2 Module

Mar 04, 2011, 05:04 (0 Talkback[s])
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"In this article, we will learn that the Axis2 module provides a very flexible way to extend the Axis2 core functionality and provides quality service. Moreover, we'll discuss the module and related concepts by writing a sample module and demonstrating most of the commonly used configuration settings. In our sample application, we discuss how to write handlers, how to write module implementation classes, and finally, how to put everything together and deploy the module. At the end of the article, we learn how to engage a module to Axis2.

"In this article by Deepal Jayasinghe and Afkham Azeez, we will discuss the power of Axis2 modules and how to use them to extend Axis2 to support your own requirements. In particular, we will discuss the following items:

* Brief history of the Axis2 module and introduce module concept and its structure
* Module configuration file (module.xml)
* Optional module implementation class
* Steps to writing a module.xml file
* Deploying and engaging a module
* Brief overview of the WS-Policy and its usage in modules"

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