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Can anyone suggest me some good book for developing J2EE web services?
 
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What in your mind make are the desirable attributes for a "good book for developing J2EE web services".

Currently the standard for J2EE (as opposed to "Java Web Services") is J2EE Web Services (Richard Monson-Haefel; RMH). But that is not everybody�s cup of tea.
Otherwise have a look through The Bunkhouse: Web Services and SOAP � you may find something that you like.

This one might be worth a look if you are (also) interested in "Java Web Services" - i.e. Web Services implemented in Java without being entirely bound to the J2EE specifications (and no EJB endpoints; though in most cases that isn't a real loss):
Developing Web Services with Apache Axis (Lulu/amazon) by Kent Ka Iok Tong
Lulu Press
[ June 27, 2006: Message edited by: Peer Reynders ]
 
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