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sudipto shekhar
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Joined: Apr 02, 2008
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Hi Friends,

This is my first post in this forum. I want to know that when can I start doing web-services? I know servlets and jsp but not have worked with any frameworks. Do I need to understand that first or I can start with web-services after servlets and jsp..and also what are the things that I should know to start web-services.Please guide and heelp me...


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Vinod K Singh
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Joined: Sep 30, 2008
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Other then basic java skills nothing special is required for web service, though XML knowledge would be a plus. You can try the simple web service example available here to start with.


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sudipto shekhar
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Vinod K Singh wrote:Other then basic java skills nothing special is required for web service, though XML knowledge would be a plus. You can try the simple web service example available here to start with.


Thank you very much Mr. Vinod for the advice and the link that you provided in your post. I have started going through web-services and now will be a regular visitor here, so see you around. Have a nice time
Dawn Charangat
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Joined: Apr 26, 2007
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You might also want to try your hands on appservers. Although a webserver would work just fine in hosting web services, you are more likely to host your webservices on appservers in real life - especially more since the JAX-WS specification for webservices is out.
 
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