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Learning Webservices

Gaurav Pravin Dighe

Joined: Jun 12, 2011
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I want to learn Web Services in Java. I really don't have any knowledge on Web Services. I only know is that it should be incorporated with Application Server.

Please guide me for learning Web Services.


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Maneesh Godbole
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Gaurav Pravin Dighe wrote:I only know is that it should be incorporated with Application Server.

Not really. Webservices are accessed using standard internet protocols and as such will typically be exposed over a web server. Application server might or might not be required.

To get started on learning about webservices, there are many useful links compiled on the webservices FAQ page

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