Axis2 / Rampart
If you need to work with an Axis2 service you can try to check if there is a bug already open on your case in the issues tracker:
You can drop a question at the WSO2 forums - This project is a server based upon Axis2 and developed by the same people who develope Axis2:
Another good forum is the JavaRanch:
If you have a security question you better check in the Rampart (Axis2 security module) issues tracker:
(You can also open a new issue as a "question")
Or again in WSO2
Metro - JAX-WS - Tango - WSIT
JAX-WS is a standard Java interface for web services. Metro is a reference implementation of it written by Sun. Tango (=WSIT) adds WS-* support to Metro.
For this project the support is concentrated in the Metro forum:
Or the binary web services forum:
.Net 2.0 / WSE2 / WSE3
.Net 2.0 is the previous generation of Microsoft's web services stack. WSE2 and WSE3 are the WS-* implementation for .Net 2.0. The best places to ask on related issues are the Asp.Net XML web services forum:
And the MSDN forum:
Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)
WCF is the latest generation of Microsoft's SOAP & WS-* stack. All related issues should go to the MSDN forum:
XFire / CXF
XFire is a Java Soap stack. Some time ago it has joined forces with Celtix to create a new Soap stack named CXF (CeltiXFire).
Questions should go to the mailing list:
If you still have question on old XFire go to nabble:
Spring-WS is another Java soap stack. Here is its forum:
JBoss is a well known Java application server and it also has a web services framework:
gSoap is a familiar c++ soap stack. The discussion forum requires registration:
But meanwhile you can open a support request or look at the open bugs:
WSO2 WSF/ C / C++ / PHP / Ruby /...
WSO2 mentioned above also develop Axis2 compatible toolkits for various platforms. If you have a question on any of them you can ask here:
If you have any additions to the list above please add a comment and I'll update it. Of course you're alwayes welcomed to share with us in this blog any interesting interoperability issue you have.