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Are JAXWS and Metro documentation same?

Vicky Roy
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Hi All,
Currently I am preparing for Web Service certifiction and reading the below JAXWS / Metro documentation. Now, I have a query. Since Metro is RI (reference implementation) of JAX-WS so are these both documentation same? Should we really look into both of them or only one will serve the purpose.

https://jax-ws.java.net/nonav/2.2.6/docs/index.html

https://metro.java.net/2.3/guide/index.html

Thanks.
Vicky Roy
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Jeanne Boyarsky
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