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somkiat puisungnoen
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In the content refer to WebService.

I have some question .

Which detail of WebService in this book ?
In content, refer to SOAP only BUT in J2EE is refer to SOAP, JAX-RPC, EJB Endpoint.
So in this book have detail of JAX-RPC, EJB Endpoint or not ??
 
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Originally posted by somkiat puisungnoen:
In the content refer to WebService.

I have some question .

Which detail of WebService in this book ?
In content, refer to SOAP only BUT in J2EE is refer to SOAP, JAX-RPC, EJB Endpoint.
So in this book have detail of JAX-RPC, EJB Endpoint or not ??


Hi,

There is a chapter on Web Services (http://www.bigpicture-books.com/bigpicturetoc.pdf) that explains what technologies are used, and gives a few analogies. It also explains the primary benefit of Web services. We talk about SOAP and JAX-RPC but not endpoint.

This is a "big picture" book so you will not learn to code those things from this book. However if you're new to Web services you'll get a good base for understanding what they're about, which will make learning from other sources easier and quicker.

Solveig
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http://www.bigpicture-books.com/bigpicturetoc.pdf

"J2EE: The Big Picture" by Solveig Haugland, Mark Cade, and Anthony Orapallo
Knowledge without coding.
Understanding without boredom.
And occasional references to badgers.

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0131480103
http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/0131480103
 
Nicholas Cheung
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If you wanna a book which discuss Web Services in detail, you may consider J2EE Web Services, written by RHM.

It talks about everything you need to know in Java Web Services.

Nick
 
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