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hi friends,
i really intrested to learn webservices.i need to know which book i should follow to understand the basics of webservices.

as of now iam following j2eewebservices RMH can this book will be sufficient to understand the basic concepts of WS. im not asking in the certification prespective.

i want to do more practical stuffs.i have gone through the FAQ LINKS also but iam not getting any idea

please help me i wnat to learn WS WS WS... suggest me a good book for basic understanding WS concepts with practical stuffs ...

iam eagerly waiting for reply friends
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Hi Vetri,
Welcome to Javaranch.
Have you visited our Webservices FAQ ?

If you are still missing something and not able to understand the basic, please let us know what part of basic you were not able to understand.
We will help you.
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