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  • Title The Java Web Services Tutorial
  • Author(s) Eric Armstrong, et al
  • Publisher: Pearson Education (March 15, 2002), eBook (2005)
  • Paperback: 528 pages
  • eBook: HTML and PDF
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0201768119
  • ISBN-13: 978-0201768114
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Book Description

A beginner's guide to developing web services and web applications using the Java web services developer pack. This complete, ready to use package includes a variety of technologies and tools required to build and deploy comprehensive Web services applications today.

Following in the successful tradition of previous Java Series Tutorials, The Java Web Services Tutorial, Early Access Edition, offers an essential, example-driven resource for every programmer interested in developing and deploying web services and web applications with the Java WSDP.

The authors - senior documentation specialists at Sun - offer a concise, all-in-one guide covering the key technologies for building Web services using the Java 2 Platform.

They provide practical techniques and examples for working with Java Servlets, JSP, JSTL and the Java XML Pack to get programmers up to speed. This tutorial is packed with practical examples to reinforce key concepts.

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