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Hi All,

I am having a hard time getting started with JWS. I tried both JWSDP and AXIS. What I feel missing is a documentation about building a simple WS client and server and building them.

The ant scripts provided JWSDP do not seem to work for me. Can you provide some pointers/links to get me started quickly. I am getting frustrated because I am not making enough progress.

Any help is appreciated.

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Go to www.javaworld.com and look at the articles in the Enterprise --> Web Services section. There's good introductory material. You might also check out DeveloperWorks at IBM - that site has plenty of material as well.
 
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Thanks Ulf. However, I am not finding any link that describes how to perform the build and deployment of the web services in a step by step manner with respect to a particular runtime. Appreciate if you can share anything that you know of.

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Start with this article or this one. The latter has links to another four-part series in the Resources section.
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Thanks Ulf. Appreciate it.

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I've added a number of links to the Web Services FAQ.
 
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