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Hello Members,

I want to learn Java (specifically Web Services). I am working on Oracle JD Edwards ERP and I am aware of basic OOP concepts.

Can anybody suggest me the books / resources for learning Java on my own.

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Sumeet
 
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Welcome to Java ranch !!

Kind of subjective question.
For Java , numerous books are available like Head First java etc'
For Web Services, one of better book is Java web services up and running second edition.
 
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My advice: ignore web services until you have a good grasp of Java fundamentals. You're going to get nowhere fast if you try to write advanced code before you have a basic understanding of the language.
 
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Thanks for the information Abhay and Bear.

My first goal is to learn Java and then to go for Web services. Currently, I am located in Bangalore and looking for some institute where I can take up Java. If any of you know some institute please let me know. I have recently moved to Bangalore, so I am not much aware of the city.

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Sumeet

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Hi Sumeet Chincholikar ,
I recommed to learn Java Web services link

Jax-RS

http://www.mkyong.com/tutorials/jax-rs-tutorials/

Jax- WS

http://www.mkyong.com/tutorials/jax-ws-tutorials/
 
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