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Concepts to be covered to have complete webservice knowledge

Syednizar Kamal
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Joined: Jul 04, 2008
Posts: 15
Hi All , I am having 3+ years of java/j2ee experience. But have not worked in webservice. So just now I started to learn webservice.
Can you guys tell me what are all the topice\concepts I need to learn to have complete webservice knowledge in jave/j2ee perspective.

Thanks
Lalit Bhatt
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Joined: Dec 27, 2007
Posts: 69
Do in the following order:

- XML and XSD
- SOAP and WSDL
- JAXB
- JAX-WS (For further insight just understand JAX-RPC and Axis)

You can check some of the tutorials here. Check the webservices section in particular.


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William Brogden
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You better add REST to that list.

Big commercial sites such as Amazon and Google get much much more traffic on their RESTful web services than the SOAP version.

See my REST versus SOAP article (free registration to that site required - sorry about that but they depend on advertising)

Bill


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