The next step would be to install the SOAP engine Axis as a web app in Tomcat, and to make sure you get the "happy-axis" page with no errors (the installation instructions will tell you how to do this; it's easy). Then, to get started building your own service, read this article. Then read a few more articles on various topics which are referenced in the JavaRanch Web Services FAQ, and you're well on your way. Come back here if you have questions. [ January 04, 2006: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
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before getting started with webservices. The procedure described there seems complicated but you can have a feel of a webservice.
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