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As per comments from most of the people, I have finished chapters(chapters 1-5 and 13-15) related to xml/namespaces/wsdl/soap in book "J2EE Web Services by Richard Monson-Haefel". Now reading Soap With Attachments and its APIs in appendex (E/F/G).
Now, could anybody please let me know what to follow next. (By the way, I want to learn Axis2/CXF/JEE JAX-WS. So please consider this. Suggestions are most welcome)

Thanks a lot.
 
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I would recommend the book "Developing Web services with Apache Axis2 by Kent Ka lok Tong"

Good Luck!
 
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Joseph Mokenela wrote:I would recommend the book "Developing Web services with Apache Axis2 by Kent Ka lok Tong"

Good Luck!



So have I got every pre-requisite for going with this book?

Thanks.
 
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A book can only help you so much.

Once you get the underlying concepts on the technology and SOA, then put it into practice.

WP
 
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William P O'Sullivan wrote:A book can only help you so much.

Once you get the underlying concepts on the technology and SOA, then put it into practice.

WP



Correct. I think we should know all the basics first before diving into anything. That's what I am trying to confirm that do I need to clear any other basic after this book?

Thanks.
 
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shai ban wrote:

William P O'Sullivan wrote:A book can only help you so much.

Once you get the underlying concepts on the technology and SOA, then put it into practice.

WP



Correct. I think we should know all the basics first before diving into anything. That's what I am trying to confirm that do I need to clear any other basic after this book?

Thanks.



Technology is one thing where you need to put the learning into practice to understand what it actually means. So, first knowing basics is fine, but until you practice you won't really learn except for theory. Just start practicing and if you face any issues or need something other than you already know refer books and online resources.
 
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