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Fei Ng
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Any good suggestion for a SOAP book?
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(plug)In a couple of months you can buy mine!(/plug)
There is one of those monsterous WROX books that has some SOAP stuff in it & there are lots of web resources.
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Fei Ng
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Thanks..
What is the name of your book?
 
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William's books is called SOAP Programming with Java. Click on the url and you'l see Amazon has great deal for you
 
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Is SOAP Programming with Java up for book giving away on javaranch.com soon?
hehehehee..
 
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Another option (again, hitting the bookstores next month) is last week's feature Building Web Services: Making Sense of XML, SOAP, WSDL and UDDI by Steve Graham, et. al.
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Originally posted by Kyle Brown:
Another option (again, hitting the bookstores next month) is last week's feature Building Web Services: Making Sense of XML, SOAP, WSDL and UDDI by Steve Graham, et. al.
Kyle

hi, Kyle
Good for someone that totally new to SOAP?
 
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Yes. It doesn't even assume you know XML. It tries to cover all of the bases. It has plenty of examples of SOAP messages, Java code, etc.
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Fei Ng
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thanks Kyle...
i take your word for it.
Book shop tomorrow.
 
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This might not be a complete introduction to SOAP et all , but worth reading it online for Free ! if you are using Java and interested in SOAP as a beginner . http://www.onjava.com/pub/a/onjava/excerpt/java_xml_2_ch2/index.html

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thanks Skinner,
Good reading .. good book.
i just bought the book.
 
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Another online freebie : http://www.ibiblio.org/xml/books/xmljava/chapters/ch02.html
Not indepth ,but hey ...
 
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