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Web Services (with Java) 101 tutorial request

 
Dan Parsons
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Any tutorials out there I can use to learn Web Services with Java?
 
Ravi Kiran
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Hi,

as i read topics over here, recently i bought RMH book this gives us a clear picture about webservices what is what...

even i used to browse xyzws.com, very user friendly..

i hope these two will take you into some area of webservices..

Thanks
Ravikiran
 
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Note that the RMH book -while generally praised- is a bit outdated. E.g., it covers the JAX-RPC API, which is deprecated. So you might also want to look at materials covering the successor to JAX-RPC, which is called JAX-WS. This is a books that does.
 
William Brogden
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Evolution of practices, toolkits, WS-* standards, etc. continues to render books obsolete in a year or so. Wikipedia tends to keep up a little better and there is a vast array of blogs, articles, white papers, etc. - all rather hard to keep up with.

Bill
 
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