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Book for WebServices

 
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Can anyone suggest which book is best for studying Web Services?
I am new to Web Services.

 
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Hey neetika, look at this web services faq, this one will really help you to get some ideas. Also read some success stories. Good Luck for your exam preparation!
 
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There is no specific book for this exam.
I recommended you to read these:
- start with Martin Karlin's Java Web Services Up and Running, first edition, chapter 1-6, skip the code about Yahoo / Amazon Rest service in chapter 2 or 3 and the code with @Entity in chapter 6.
- Then read Ivan's free notes at https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-0LAG21gaGDRVBQMFF3VDRVdk0/edit?pli=1
- MZ's notes and quizzes are all helpful.
- Enthuware and EPractice Labs both are helpful.
- Google for some more mock exams from other publishers. That can be helpful too.



 
neetika Goel
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Thanks for the guidance
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