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Castor and web service frameworks

Documentation Author(s):
Werner Guttmann


Introduction
Integration offered


Introduction

To leverage Castor's core strength - support for enterprise-level XML data binding functionality - many web service framework vendors have started to offer integration of their respective products and XML data binding frameworks in general and Castor in particular. This allows users of web service frameworks to leverage the strengths of both worlds, making it easier to meet the requirements of mission-critical enterprise-level web service offerings.

Integration offered

The following table enlists web service frameworks, which offer support for integrating Castor as XML data binding framework, and offers direct pointers to the relevant documentation.

Apache Axis
  1. Create Web services using Apache Axis and Castor
  2. Apache Axis and Castor - Article on http://www.sosnoski.com
Spring Web Services Marshalling XML using O/X Mappers
XFire XFire and Castor

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