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I am a Java/J2ee developer with an experience of around 3 years and have a fine knowledge of JSP, Servlets, EJB, Struts and an introductory knowledge in JMS.
I am interested in learning Webservices, but I tried lot of online tutorial. All of them just give theoritical Concepts. Can anybody provide me with some real good code examples or links where I can go and learn webservices.
Also do let me know some xamples of JMS as I am eager to learn that too, I wanted to learn Advance JMS, I have the basic idea of JMS as the fundas of 2 models of point to point and queues.
Have you tried using Apache Axis for Webservices. All you got to do is download that pacakge and try to the samples in it. The samples has everything from basic to advanced. Apache axis also got documentation in it. if not google is thewr, if not we are here to help you with what we know.
For jms, please post your question under the EJB forum here, folks their will help you for sure.