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How to use webservices?

 
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Hello everyone,
I'm new to webservices...so i want to know what is a webservice? and how to write a java write a java webserivce(i'll be thankful if someone explain with an example).

Thanks in advance...
 
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Have a look at W3Schools

You can find
Learn WebServices
Learn WSDL
Learn SOAP
 
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Personally whenever I work webservices I think Apache:

http://ws.apache.org/
 
Sai Kiran nukala
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thanks for the reply friends when i see the w3schools site it gave an example with .NET........but my question is how to use web services with java???
 
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Hi!
Check the NetBeans site for some nice tutorials: http://www.netbeans.org/kb/trails/java-ee.html
Best wishes!
 
Sai Kiran nukala
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Thankss...
 
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