Web Services using Axis

  title={Web Services using Axis},
  author={Barry Cornelius},
A Web Service is the provision of one or more methods that can be invoked by some external site. The external site contacts the webserver of the site providing the Web Service to get a method of the Web Service executed. It is usually a program running on the external site that wants the result of a call of the method. A website might be providing Web Services in several different areas. Although some people assume that Web Services requires you to use Microsoft’s .NET Framework, there are many… CONTINUE READING

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