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Need assistance to get started with Java Web Services.

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Hi all,
I just started preparing JWS. I want to get certified in Java Web Services from SUN.
I have following questions. Please do answer will be a greate help.
(1) I bought a book "J2EE Web Services" by Monson-Haefel infact several months back. but this is for J2EE 1.4. In JEE 5 things have changed I am confused should I still prepare from it or buy a different book for JEE5? Also is J2EE 1.4 web servies outdated?
(2) I installed JBoss 4.2.2 and Eclipse europa (3.3). Is it good to get started with? Is there any good tutorial to follow using these tools?
(3) Seems like there are no examples in the book mensioned above. should I just read book or also do some examples by myself? Should I like " learn how to develop JWS using above tools first then start reading book and do more complex examples by myself"???

I have very little knowledge of JWS but want to become expert I have given 4 weeks of time for myself Please help me get started with it.

Thanks a lot for reading my questions for you pleaseeee do answer.
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Please post reply on certification forum....you will get much help from there.
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