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John Hembree
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Obviously web services are either provided or accessed or both by organizations. In an effort to learn more about ws, I imagine you might need to implement ws from both perspectives (provider and end-user).
So my question, does the book, lead you through the paths of both sceanarios or is it geared more towards one or the other?
 
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Obviously web services are either provided or accessed or both by organizations. In an effort to learn more about ws, I imagine you might need to implement ws from both perspectives (provider and end-user).
So my question, does the book, lead you through the paths of both sceanarios or is it geared more towards one or the other?

Yes. We have tried to cover both sides of web services. The book contains a case study that puts all JWSDP APIs together in a complete example that shows how to build a web service (provideR) and a consumer (requestor) of the web service.
hope this helps,
-robert
 
John Hembree
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Thanks, sounds good to me.
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