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I have started to study for the SCDJWS exam, by reading the book by Monson-Hafael. Also I have browsed through the SCDJWS study guide found at Study Guide.

However, I want to do some hands on. Any suggestions on any good excercises and/or tutorials. I am mostly interested on how to deploy some simple web services, so that I get the feeling how it works.
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Try 'beginning java web services' book(published around 2001 i think). It has running codes on all topics discussed. xml, uddi, jaxp, etc.

I am also looking for more books, for handson. Please post here if you know of other books.
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Webservice works differently in different container and what framework you are using.

Like in weblogic with pageflow you don't need to worry for lot of details just create jws or jcx(if ws is out of containter).

I would suggest the best solution is to use JWSDP for learning.
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