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Some code to start with..

 
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Yes, even I am like those who wonder what this technology to learn all about? Since the Head First series is absent for the WS exam, people find it difficult to make out what exactly a WS preparation path would be.

I have made my hand quite dirty in RMH, but gained little.

A fellow rancher (Sandeep) has passed some links which would be sort of Hello World example for the starters. Here are they:

step-by-step instructions on how to develop, deploy, and use web services, using the J2EE 1.4 SDK

Sample Calculator Service

I have not yet read these articles, but as I scroll them I feel these are a good place to start for some one who is in a condition 'show me some damn code please'

The experts here, can they please comment if it's safe to follw this as a intriduction for the 220 exam? I mean the server used in these articles etc.

Hope the links help Thanks Sandeep
 
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Did you mean to post this as a reply to some other post? If so, please provide the link to that post.
 
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Hi Ulf,

I had read lots of older threads, there were many, so cannot give links to all here..
 
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The Calculator Service: uses JAX-WS2.0 and Glass Fish to demonstrate things. I dont think this is what the 220 exam expects. the JAX-WS2.0 uses annotations, and as far as I know we do not have anything like this on the exam. Am i right? Also I got error while running the glass fish server jar.I choose not to go for this tutorial.
I think the exam is on developing web services using JAX-RPC 1.1 API, so it's safe to ignore this link.


But i think the first link is fairly in sync with the exam and it is safe to follow that.


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