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Hi everyone,
I would like to buy some web services books to speed up. Any suggestions. I knew that someone did ask the same question in the past. But Books are updates and new over time. Suggestions are apprecited. I am new to Web Services but not Java or J2EE. Thanks.
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The Bunkhouse might be a good place to start looking.
 
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My personal favorite is Building Web Services with Java: Making Sense of XML, SOAP, WSDL and UDDI, by Steve Graham, et al. According to Steve, the second edition will be out shortly, and I can't wait. This book really rocks!
 
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According to Steve, the second edition will be out shortly, and I can't wait.

Really? It's my favorite as well, and if the 2nd edition brings it up to date then there's really not much incentive to buy any other "general" web services book.
 
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