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I am sort of new to Webservices. Which book you would refer for the preparation of SCEA5 webservices/SOA etc.. I m currently going thru "SOA using java web services" by Mark D. Hansen.
 
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Originally posted by Monu Sharma:
I am sort of new to Webservices. Which book you would refer for the preparation of SCEA5 webservices/SOA etc.. I m currently going thru "SOA using java web services" by Mark D. Hansen.




That is the best book for JAX-WS on the market today. But, it is oriented towards developing web services, as in writing Java code. I actually started with the famous (but now noticeably out of date) RMH book. That will give you possibly more general background around JAXR and XML Schema used in web services. Remember, there is no Java coding in Part 1, II or II, so don't get bogged down in Hansen's book too much.
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