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How To start with web services

 
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Hi all,
I am new to web services. Can anybody tell me what different books are available to start with? which one is good? how would you compare different books?
thanks in advance.
 
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Hi,
try this old JR thread.
it should answer you questions.
HTH
 
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Hi Rashmi,
Am going to buy Developing Java Web Services by R Nagappan this weekend .Will let you know how it is.Meanwhile you can start with the Sun tutorial(which I am going through currently)
http://java.sun.com/webservices/index.jsp
 
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In my recommendation, I'd say you should buy Richard Monson-Haefel's "J2EE Web Services" and then download either Apache Axis or the Sun J2EE 1.4 JDK. That should put you on the road to learning how to use Web Services.
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Thanks Vedhas! do let me know about the book, after that i would decide to buy the book. meanwhile...i would start with sun's tutorial.
thanks for the reply.
 
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Monson's Book look like hasn't cover all the objective.
Some objective of the exam is outside the J2EE1.4 Spec., say JAXB.
Any other books one can suggest?
 
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