Am I crazy or is Java EE Web Services harder than J2EE Web Services?
I guess this may be because I'm learning J2EE Web Services with the Richard-Monson book which is incredible but am struggling very much with Martin Kalin's Up and Running and SOA using Java Web Services.
Does anyone else feel the same? Or do you think that if I spend some more time with the J2EE book I will more easily understand the Java EE Web Services?
Im also feeling the same duran. i started learning web services using martin kalin book. as im a newbie to web services world im finding it very difficult. can you suggest me any other books and resources which are simple.
OCP Java SE 6 Programmer, OCP Java EE 5 Web Component Developer, OCE Java EE 6 Web Services Developer, VMware Certified Core Spring 3.x Developer, EMC Proven Professional (ISM-V2)
Depends on what you mean by "JEE WS" and "J2EE WS" - the JAX-WS API vs. the JAX-RPC API? If so, I think JAX-WS is much easier to dig into, definitely on the server side. I'm not familiar with either of the books you mention; so it could be down to explaining well vs. explaining badly, I suppose.