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2 new books? Need your help

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Hi all,

I have been reading a lot here about the material referred.
In some quite old threads I cam accross these name of books:

developing java web services by Ramesh Nagappan
"Java Web Services Architecture" by James McGovern

I have read that the Book by James is not the way to go.
How about the book by Ramesh? will it be fine for a person like me:

'...RMH id just text text and theory, no experience in WS...'

Of course having read RMH in sleep (in broad daylight) till chapter 7, i can say that its deifinitely not the start point for me. For me the Blueprints, Webservices tutorial, J2EE tutorial are the place to start.

Any comments on the book(s) i mentioned newly above?
[ July 08, 2008: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
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