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Web Services Doubt

 
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Hi all,
I am planning to learn Web services with Java. I have searched in net and got some tutorials including sun's.
I want to know which will be the best book for Web Services with Java for beginners. I have searched in Amazon site, which has more than 50 books. please help me in identifying good book for newbie.
And also what are the skill sets to be known in advance for learning Web Services.
Please throw some light on it....
 
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Good Book For Web Services?
Files to create a Java web services by hand
[ October 18, 2006: Message edited by: Peer Reynders ]
 
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I'm about one month in web services now. (so i'm new too)

A combo of this link(Netbeans IDE): http://www.javapassion.com/netbeans/masterindex.html#Web_services
and this book:
Advanced web services by Deitel and Deitel
(deitel and deitel is easy reading for any new technology)
may help out

Try getting one that explains developing web services from "WSDL to java";(i haven't done this yet, but i think it's important)
[ October 18, 2006: Message edited by: jite eghagha ]
 
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