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best hands-on book for webservices

 
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Hi,
I am new to this all webservices stuff, and I need a good book with examples to start learn webservices. In the certifications forum of webservices, I came to know that RMH book is the one they use it to get certified, but I don't want a book that presents material in examination point of view.It would be more helpful to me, if I have some code samples as I learn. Please suggest a good book...

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Originally posted by sri yadagini:
Please suggest a good book...



Here is a free book from Sun Designing Web Services with the J2EE(TM) 1.4 Platform : JAX-RPC, SOAP, and XML Technologie
 
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RMH isn't exam oriented. But it isn't hands-on either.

Have a look at these topics for some ideas:
Good Book For Web Services?
Files to create a Java web services by hand
 
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Thanks guys...that's a lot useful information.
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