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I think that is good way to create web service and learn in structure of web service because Web Services Project @ Apache is provide APIs and example project.
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somkiat,
If I understand your question, Apache would be a fine place to start. There are a number of tutorials out there that are very helpful. I would recommend using as many of them as you can.
 
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I think that its good way to study Java Web Service...
 
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The Sun Tutorial looks good too. And Paul has worked there
Paul did mention that the Apache J2EE app server is going to be something to look out for.
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The best thing is to win webservices book.
 
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Originally posted by HS Thomas:
The Sun Tutorial looks good too. And Paul has worked there
Paul did mention that the Apache J2EE app server is going to be something to look out for.
[ December 05, 2003: Message edited by: HS Thomas ]


I've been very curious about the Apache project, Geronimo: http://incubator.apache.org/projects/geronimo-proposal.html...someone would want to weave that together with Axis smoothly.
Also, Axis could always use more exciting samples so maybe you want to try to build and document a good sample with Axis. At any rate, the Sun tutorials are great and I know that each of the big companies tend to have a wealth of information available.
 
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