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Most Pratical WS book.

 
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Hi All,

I am new to Web services.I am looking for a book(JAVA) that explains the Web services architecture,its core concepts and illustrates a full-featured Web services case study example which demonstrates all core components (SOAP, WSDL and UDDI) working together(a pratical book).
Guidance appreciated!

Thanks.

regards
kevin
 
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Hi,

You may consider this book J2EE Web Services by Richard Monson-Haefel. Those ranchers in Web Services certification are using this.

Best Regards,
Frankie
 
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IMHO "Developing Java Web Services" by Ramesh Nagappan is the most pratical book for developing java web services.
 
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You can't go wrong with either of the above two choices.
 
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I 've been using Java Web Services Tutorial by Sun, which is all about concepts in WS.
 
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