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Please give a big welcome to the authors of "Developing Java Web Services," Ramesh Nagappan and Robert Skoczylas.
At the end of the week, everyone who posts an on-topic post in this forum will be eligible to win one of four copies of their excellent book. See this page for more info about our book promotions and how to be eligible to win:
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The JavaRanch reviewer of the book (me) gave it an excellent rating of 9 horseshoes and said, "For developing Java web services you will be hard pressed to find a better book than this one."
Remember, posts in this thread are NOT eligible to win. So say hi to the authors here and then post a new topic to ask your questions.
 
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Thanks for the invitation and the opportunity extended to us. It is really a great pleasure joining JavaRanch and especially participating in this discussion forum.
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Hi -
Does your book cover WSIF?
thanks,
Max Tomlinson
 
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Originally posted by Max Tomlinson:
Hi -
Does your book cover WSIF?
thanks,
Max Tomlinson


No. The book focussed to Java Web services APIs defined by JCP particularly Sun JWSDP.
WSIF is an IBM Alphaworks project (discontinued) and it is donated to Apache. Current it does not follow any API specs defined by JCP.
 
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Hi,R there any sample chapters available so that we can get an idea what topics the book actually covers?
Thanks,
VEdhas.
 
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Hi,
There is very few information on this book on the Amazon site (2 pages). Can you post here the book TOC, and give us an idea on more general scopes treated (UDDI...). Thanks.
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Originally posted by Charles Dupin:
Hi,
There is very few information on this book on the Amazon site (2 pages). Can you post here the book TOC, and give us an idea on more general scopes treated (UDDI...). Thanks.
Charles.


I second that. I already have a couple of WS books (although the other one is kind of useless...) so I'm quite selective about subsequent titles on Web Services. The TOC (as detailed as possible) would be great.
 
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Hello guies,
Tell me how is java web services more effective than .net web services.
How did your book give the viwe of this issue.
In in simple sence why should i go for .Net.
with best regards,
 
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Hello !
Is it possible to combine Web services and a Content management system, (In our case Divine)
 
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hi,
i`m just new to java web-service, so my question could be simple. did you discuss vpn in your book.
is vpn (something like freeswan) possible in java?
thanx
bernd
 
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Does the book have a sample CD?
 
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Originally posted by Vedhas Pitkar:
Hi,R there any sample chapters available so that we can get an idea what topics the book actually covers?
Thanks,
VEdhas.


You may find sample chapters in Java.sun.com developer bookshelf.
http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/Books/j2ee/devjws/
 
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Originally posted by Daniel Ng:
Does the book have a sample CD?


All source code are available at wiley web site.
Free chapters are Java.sun.com bookshelf.
http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/Books/j2ee/devjws/
 
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Originally posted by Lasse Koskela:

I second that. I already have a couple of WS books (although the other one is kind of useless...) so I'm quite selective about subsequent titles on Web Services. The TOC (as detailed as possible) would be great.



Send an email to developingjavawebservices@yahoogroups.com, you will get the TOC and other stuff.
For free chapters, you may pickup from
http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/Books/j2ee/devjws/
 
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hi Ramesh
Could you read the topic:
What is SOAP?
thanks
 
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Does the book provide any hints on how to handle guaranteed delivery and version management ?
 
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