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Author/s    : Martin Kalin
Publisher   : O'Reilly Media
Category   : Web Services and SOAP
Review by : Swati Soni
Rating        : 8 horseshoes

Java Web Services Up and Running is a very good reference book for leaning web services Concepts and developing Web services using Java programming language. For those who are newbies in WebServices, this book offers a complete understanding of SOAP and Restful Webservices.It explains Jax-WS broadly, so it is best for all those who want to learn the basics of writing, developing, deploying and consuming SOAP-based services in core java.

A prior knowledge of programming language Java and development of web components will help you understand the examples in a better way.I would highly recommend this book as a easy to read and implement book for Web-services using java.

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Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for writing this review on behalf of CodeRanch.

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