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Book to easily understand Java webservices

 
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Hi all,

I am finding "Java web services up and running" very difficult to understand and taking a lot of time. Could anybody suggest another book on web services which can be understood easily.

With Regards
Deepthi
 
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Hi Deepthi. Please take a look at this one: Developing Web Services with Apache Axis2. I have read good reviews about it, and it seems to be easy to follow. Of course, its specific to Axis2.

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That book is actually one of the better books out there. Web services itself is not an easy subject. So it may take reading the book a couple of times. And probably using multiple books.
 
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Hi,

Thank you for your suggestions. I am going through that book and find it easy. Also could you suggest books on jax-ws and restful webservices as this book does not cover them in depth. Is "SOA cookbook" easy to read and suitable for beginners.

Any help appreciated

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deepthi
 
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I am finding Java web services running very difficult to understand and taking a lot of time. Could anybody suggest another book on web services which can be understood easily. I f you know about this, suggest me....






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