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simple and best book for webservices

 
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Hi
i am a biggner for wsdl . so can you please suggest me the simple and best book for wsdl ??
kindly share your ideas with me .

thank you
Ramesh
 
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Its well know fact to every one and go with Richard Monsoon Haefel book and Ivan's note . Myself preparing with Richard monsoon Haefel and Ivan's note .
 
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Its well know fact to every one and go with Richard Monsoon Haefel book and Ivan's note .


That might be sound advice if the question was about the SCDJWS exam - but I see nothing to suggest that it is. In fact, the question is about WSDL. Start here: http://www.w3schools.com/wsdl/default.asp. The WSDL specification is also useful.
 
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Hi!
The Richard Monsoon Haefel book is actually a good introduction to SOAP web services, regardless of whether you are aspiring for the SCDJWS.
Yes, it is slightly dated, but just skip the parts that are not relevant, such as those on JAX-RPC and UDDI.
It should be noted that the book is quite theoretical, so I personally combined it with a good does of practical programming exercises.
Best wishes!
 
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Thank you All . im not preparing for the exam . im learning it now . please suggest me some good books for understanding it .

Thank you
 
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study with JAVA Web Services - UP and Running :: It's pretty thin book and give you the exact idea what WS is and from very scratch..Gud luck
 
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JAVA Web services - UP and Running orielly publication
 
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