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subhadeep chakraborty
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Hi,
I am new to webservices. How do I prepare for webservices interview. I want to know how most companies the IT industry uses webservices. For eg. do they use Axis ? Or just knowing the basics of webservices will do. Please suggest .

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Subhadeep
 
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The WebServicesFaq links to a lot of good material.
 
William Brogden
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You should know about both SOAP style and RESTful architecture style services.

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Thanks Tim and Bill for your valuable inputs. I have a question for Bill.
Please elaborate your answer. Since I am new to this, please mention particularly which are the technologies(Jaxb, uddi etc) I need to know at the least. Please also mention the book you would like me to follow.
Hope you understand me.

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Subhadeep
 
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The efforts of a number of ranch experts has created the Web Services FAQ Tim Moores refers to above.

I am not about to try to duplicate the hundreds of hours of effort that FAQ represents. You better get used to doing a LOT of digging to get up to speed on web services.

Bill.
 
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