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where can I find a guide to set up a web service development environment quick?

 
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where can I find a dummpy guide to set up a web service development environment quick?
 
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It depends on what server you are using. For IBM's WSAD/WAS, you could use the red book WebSphere Version 5.0.2 Application Developer Version 5.1 Web Services Handbook.

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You can also use two IDEs that are freely available and not time limited if you agree with the liscence agreements. Oracle 10g JDeveloper from http://www.oracle.com and BEA Weblogic 8 SP 4 from http://www.bea.com.

Both provide excellent documentation and are quite easy to use, I am a C# consultant who works with Visual Studio 2003, but I find these IDES very easy to use although I am a Java outsider.

The Websphere however, last time I checked had a 90 day limit on it, but I believe it is the industry leader, the core IDE webshpere is based on, Eclipse, is available for a free download however the functionality will be dramatically reduced off course.
 
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