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Where and How to start with WebServices

 
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Hi All,
I have worked so far in core java.
Now i want to learn web services and also work on some real time sample applications using web services.
Please suggest me if need to have any prerequisite knowledge other than java.
And also suggest me some books/sites/blogs for the same.

Thanks in Advance
 
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Hi,

You don't need any other knowledge than java.

Are you planning to go for the WSD certification? If so, than it helps if you have some knowledge about java EE (EJB and/or WCD certification). Please also check the ScdjwsLinks

Regards,
Frits
 
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RMH.J2EE.Web.Services book,

I suggest it
 
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You can also start with Java Web Services Up and Running book
 
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