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Kevin Florish
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Best of luck with the book.

Having not touched Web Services since the early days of Java 5, I was wondering if this book fills the gap from Java 5 to Java 7 or do I need to fill in the missing Java version web services parts elsewhere.

Cheers Kevin.

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Palak Mathur
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Kevin Florish wrote:Best of luck with the book.

Having not touched Web Services since the early days of Java 5, I was wondering if this book fills the gap from Java 5 to Java 7 or do I need to fill in the missing Java version web services parts elsewhere.

Cheers Kevin.


I read Deepak mention somewhere that the book covers WebServices end-to-end.

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