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Hi,

I want to learn Web Services and cannot find simple examples. Does anyone have any good tutorials or books that can help me from the ground up ?

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It will be much easier to start with RESTful style services - visit the Jersey site for tutorials and examples.

Experience with servlets will be a big help.

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in my point of view,I think before move into web services, you should comfortable with SOA concepts.It will help you to do a big leap in web services.

These are two links
Introduction to SOA form java developer's perspective
SOA for Idiots



 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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