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Where to start [I am new commer]

 
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I just have started learning web services ,, but i cant understand where to start ,,, plz tell me the topic as well as book which i should refer ,,,
I have completed java servlet , jsp & have good concepts of ejb ,,,, plz tell me according to my previous knowledge
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What IDE are you using?
 
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Originally posted by Byron Estes:
What IDE are you using?


Thanks for replying ,,, I will arrange any IDE including JBuilder8 and any other ,,,, please tell me the best ,,, also tell me abt the book ,,,,
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Hi Pal,
I too am learning web services, and for a starter the following will be quite useful,
1) Trying web services using apache axis with tomcat,
http://ws.apache.org/axis/
2) Using Java web services development pack JWSDP, u can download the latter from sun site & try them on Sun ONE, a elabore tutorial is available. with many example problems,
By learning both I hope we can easily get started with webservices.
Happy Coding !!!
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