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Joined: Nov 09, 2004
Mar 20, 2007 18:12:00
Althoug it is not a certification issue, I'd appreciate your advice on the following issue:
We have a request to �read� a web service from a 3rd party vendor to integrate in our current system, which is
4, JDK 1.4.2,
We are new on Web Services, and do not know yet the Web Service Specs.
We appreciate to let us know if there are any constraints in our current architecture.
Also, what is the best bibliography you recommend for not only reading but also the certification itself.
Joined: Mar 22, 2005
Mar 21, 2007 01:46:00
As your code is a WS client, it doesn't matter which version of the servlet API the container it runs it supports. It's perfectly possible to run a WS client under JDK 1.4.
A number of WS books are listed in the
WebServicesLinks FAQ page
, and the
page also points to a number of helpful resources.
Ping & DNS
- my free Android networking tools app
subject: Web Services Resources
Calling web service constraints
Implementing Web Services with J2EE 1.4
.net and java
Any plan for SCDJWS - to Kathy and Bert
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