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rahan jain
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Joined: Aug 28, 2006
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How to invoke websevice from j2ee client??
Vijay sheker
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Joined: Sep 08, 2006
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I want to learn Java.Actally i wana learn websphere as there are a lot of jobs in websphere support.Can anyone help me how to go abt the websphere.


Thanks,
Vijay
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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You want to learn about WebSphere? How about my book, What is WebSphere? It's a classic!

If you dont' want to pick up a copy, check out my website: www.pulpjava.com. It's all about J2EE, but is very IBM and WebSphere centric.

For learning web services, especially if you're an IBM person and can get your hands on a copy of IBM's Rational Application Developer, I suggest that you create a JavaBean, and then use the WebServices Wizard to create a web service based on that JavaBean. The code will create a vanilla web service that you can immediately test, and then fiddle with, break, improve, and explore. It's a great way to learn.


Cheers!
rahan jain
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can you provide any link for devolping the sample application
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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Any word on what platform/tools you're using?

Eclipse? IRAD? One of the other lesser IDEs?

Cheers,

-Cameron
rahan jain
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I am using weblogic
 
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