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I am new to webservices. Please explain me following code
In wsdd , there aew handlers


Q1) PLease explain the following code



Q2)Following is the codwe of web.xml.
Here Log4j is used.My project docs says diffrent listers are configured using Log4j concept.
But i think Listener configured using <lister> tag.

Please explain relationship betwwen therse two files?


 
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The first file is from a web service deployment configuration file, while the second is a web app deployment file. Are you familiar with how both web apps and web services get deployed?

Most of the contents of these files are highly project-specific, so it's hard to tell from this what's going on. Are you facing a problem in using these?
 
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Can you tell me good book that will help me to understand the webservices using Axis?
 
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I'm aware of this book, although I know nothing about it, not even if it covers Axis 1.x or 2.x

The WebServicesFaq points to a number of articles dealing with Axis, and to the Axis Wiki.
 
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