Difference between revisions of "Sri Lanka"

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[http://www.opensource.lk/]
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LSF has been in ac tive development of FOSS projects for several years. Sif=gnificant contributions include:
LSF has been in active development of FOSS projects for several years. Significant contributions include:


Apache AXIS project
Apache AXIS project
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Sahana Disaster Management Project
Sahana Disaster Management Project


Implementation of SOAP Engines
A more detailed list:
'''Implementation of SOAP Engines'''


     * Apache Axis C++
     * Apache Axis C++
     * Apache Axis Java 2.0
     * Apache Axis Java 2.0
     * Axis Mora
     * Axis Mora
Implementation of Web Services - * specifications for web services security, reliable messaging and transactions
'''Implementation of Web Services''' - * specifications for web services security, reliable messaging and transactions


     * WS-Reliable Messaging (Apache Sandesha)
     * WS-Reliable Messaging (Apache Sandesha)
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     * WS-Security (WSS4C)
     * WS-Security (WSS4C)


Messaging Frameworks
'''Messaging Frameworks'''


     * WS-Addressing
     * WS-Addressing


Implementations in the Telecom Industry
'''Implementations in the Telecom Industry'''


     * JSR 172
     * JSR 172

Revision as of 06:15, 30 June 2008

Sri Lanka and FOSS

Lanka Software Foundation (LSF) [1]

LSF has been in active development of FOSS projects for several years. Significant contributions include:

Apache AXIS project Other Aapche Web Services Projects Sahana Disaster Management Project

A more detailed list:

Implementation of SOAP Engines

   * Apache Axis C++
   * Apache Axis Java 2.0
   * Axis Mora

Implementation of Web Services - * specifications for web services security, reliable messaging and transactions

   * WS-Reliable Messaging (Apache Sandesha)
   * WS-SecureConversation & WS-Trust (under Apache WS-FX)
   * WS-Atomic Transactions (Apache Kandula)
   * WS-Security (WSS4C)

Messaging Frameworks

   * WS-Addressing

Implementations in the Telecom Industry

   * JSR 172
   * Multimedia Messaging Service Center (MMSC)

Other

   * Sahana
   * BSF
   * WSDL<-> WS