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Francois Bourgault
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All,

I'd like to learn web services using Apache Axis and I was wondering if this book is a good start? I haven't seen the book listed in the book reviews section yet. Or is the documentation on Apache's website good enough to get me started? Thnxs
 
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I found the tutorials on Sun's site (coupled with a few books I grabbed off eBay) were sufficient to get me started. With that as a base, following the documentation at Apache's site for Axis was fairly easy, and setting it up was painless.

(But, to answer at least part of the question, I don't know that just the documentation at Apache's site would be sufficient, no.)
 
Francois Bourgault
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I plan to buy: J2EE Web Services by Richard Monson-Haefel. I'll check the tutorials on Sun's site and go from there. thnxs
 
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Originally posted by Francois Bourgault:
I plan to buy: J2EE Web Services by Richard Monson-Haefel.


This is the best book about Web Services I've read so far (out of 4 or 5)
So go ahead, you won't regret it
 
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Where is the author for this week? I don't see any posts answered by him.
 
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Originally posted by Kishore Dandu:
Where is the author for this week? I don't see any posts answered by him.


I thought that was kind of odd myself, but chalked it up to 'all of us are busy this time of year'...
 
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