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I am quite new to this forum myself but am getting to know it better.
Welcome.
First, I would like to know if your book cover much in terms of how we can use web services to support asynchronous messaging? Also, is the limitation of web service in terms of how big the attachment etc.
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JAX-RPC supports async messaging and its covered in my book. If you want to learn more about asyn architectures in general, I would recommend the new book from Martin Fowler's series,Enterprise Integration Patterns : Designing, Building, and Deploying Messaging Solutions. It does a great job of explaining proper asyn messaging architectures - how to use it in real world applications.
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