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Currently, Celtix supports the following transports:
In addition, Celtix provides an extensibility API, which makes it easy to add transports to the Celtix runtime.
Currently, Celtix supports the following bindings:
In addition, Celtix provides an extensibility API, which makes it easy to add bindings to the Celtix runtime.
Celtix supports Java 1.5.
Celtix includes a number of command-line based tools for generating the artifacts needed to develop applications with Celtix. These include:
wsdl2java for generating Java code from a service contract.
java2wsdl for generating a service contract from a Java class.
xsd2wsdl for generating a service contract from an XMLSchema document.
In addition there are a number of command lines tools for manipulating service contracts.
No. Celtix is working with the STP project at the Eclipse project to develop GUI based tools for working with SOAs.
No. However, Celtix services can be orchestrated using a number of BPEL engines. There is a demo illustrating Celtix working with Intalio's BPEL offering on the demo page at http://celtix.objectweb.org/demos/index.html.