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hello everyone,
i am thinking of learning a few things about web-services.
my background is C++ on Windows, a recent java certified developer, i have interests in database and have been playing with jdbc for a while.
i would like to know what is a good web server to play/learn with, the ones i have heard of are:
IBM's WebSphere, Bea WebLogic and SunOne
I have interests in server side development and whould like to know the best way to go about developing new skills, also what is the most popular server out there?
thank you
 
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Hi there,
I found this link pretty usefull getting some backgroud on what web services is all about and how to go about it
http://cvs.apache.org/viewcvs.cgi/~checkout~/xml-axis/java/docs/install.html
Jack
 
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