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Java APIs for XML Messaging

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Hi there,

I just wanted to know where I can find these APIs for download, apparently they are not available on
the Sun site. I downloaded what so called "The M Project 1.0 Early Access", it sounds the only available
spicifications on the messaging part, but the problem was that many of the classes for messaging are
not among these specs. like the MessageFactory, SOAPPart, SOAPEnvelope,AttachmentPart, EndPoint, etc...

Can anybody tell me where could I download these APIs form? I appreciate if you give me a url to go
it directly, and if there are any tutorials that talk about the subject I would be grateful to be told
about them.

Thanx
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by:TimYates
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http://www.apache.com has a Soap enabling api
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by:TimYates
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SORRY!!  That should have been http://xml.apache.org/

DOH!

You should find a lot of these XML messaging systems implemented there :-)

Good Luck,

Tim.
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I'm not sure, perhaps you find something on the apache sites:
http://xml.apache.org
http://java.apache.org
http://jakarta.apache.org
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by:ymasri
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Well guys, I went to the sites you posted but I'm not sure were excactly can I find those APIs.  Please, can you give me more specific URLs to go to?
Thank you
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http://xml.apache.org/dist/soap/version-2.2/

The files are there....

That should be what you need...

Tim.


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http://xml.apache.org/soap/index.html

is the index page for Apache Soap..  The links for documentation, etc are on the left hand side of the page...

Tim.
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by:ymasri
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Well guys, I went to the sites you posted but I'm not sure were excactly can I find those APIs.  Please, can you give me more specific URLs to go to?
Thank you
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by:ymasri
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Well guys, I went to the sites you posted but I'm not sure were excactly can I find those APIs.  Please, can you give me more specific URLs to go to?
Thank you
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by:TimYates
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The things you are looking for are Classes inside the SOAP API...

The files required for the soap API are here http://xml.apache.org/dist/soap/version-2.2/

Download the files, then read the README files to see how to install them...

Everything you need will be on the apache websites mentioned by superschlonz

You will not find files called SOAPPart, etc, they are part of the soap api...

Good luck,

Tim.
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by:ymasri
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Hello Tim,
I'm actually looking at these APIs right now but I can't see any of the classes I mentioned above, does the Apache's project provide another FULL solution for performing the B2B messaging through SOAP only? Don't I need anything else to get the messaging part done?
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Nope, sorry...thats not it either...

I am stumped :-(

Tim.
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by:TimYates
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According to Sun,

  "The JAXM 1.0 specification is currently in expert review"

So I guess you can't get it yet :-(
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by:TimYates
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I got that quote from http://java.sun.com/xml/xml_jaxm.html

Sorry for so many comments...  I will try to consolodate them in future :-(

Tim.
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by:ymasri
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So what you're saying now is that we can't have any messaging model in XML? What about SOAP? Isn't it enough to provide a mature solution to communicate between systems through XML?
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