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Pradeep bhatt
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Hello author,

It is hard to find a good book on Jboss. Jboss documentation is not so easy to understand.

Does the book Cover how to develop webservices in Jboss?


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aven kimball
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This may help you. According to editorial cover this book covers webservices.
norman richards
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No, we chose not to cover web services for space concerns. We wanted the book to be very light and WS is a heavy topic that only a small percentage of people would be interested in.
Kishore Dandu
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Originally posted by norman richards:
No, we chose not to cover web services for space concerns. We wanted the book to be very light and WS is a heavy topic that only a small percentage of people would be interested in.


Coverage of first generation and some level of second generation would have been nicer. Just a suggestion for a next release.


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norman richards
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Yes, it would be. We do take feedback like this seriously.
Jiang Xiaofeng
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Originally posted by norman richards:
No, we chose not to cover web services for space concerns. We wanted the book to be very light and WS is a heavy topic that only a small percentage of people would be interested in.


I think that's a smart and useful approach. I've found too many books that have been great tomes on a subject and cover every aspect - while failing to do any single aspect justice.
 
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