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web services with j2ee

hi

i need a good online tutorial for developing web services with java/j2ee.

i have been working with j2ee for quite sometime now, but never done web services with it.

PLEASE NOTE: i am not using any IDEs, and will be deploying the web service on tomcat or sun application server. so, please dont give any browser/IDE specific tutorial. and please no wizard based stuff.
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koppchaCommented:
This is the one i used. It good
http://www.coreservlets.com/
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aozarovCommented:
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maXXXeEAuthor Commented:
koppcha
i think the link provided by u offers courses.
i need a free simple to follow step by step tutorial, i dont have time for a course.

aozarov
is it not possible to develop web services using classes provided in j2se/j2ee sdk??? without using other packages
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koppchaCommented:
Hi
  IT is not a course you can get the whole book in PDF format .It is free.I myself do not go for courses.You can go scroll down the page to check it anyways i will provide the link.
http://pdf.coreservlets.com/
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maXXXeEAuthor Commented:
thanks but, i cud not find one for web services. cud u pls provide the link?
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koppchaCommented:
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aozarovCommented:
>> is it not possible to develop web services using classes provided in j2se/j2ee sdk??? without using other packages
Yes you can (since J2EE 1.4 which is pretty new).
see http://java.sun.com/j2ee/1.4/docs/tutorial/doc/index.html (Chapter 8:   Building Web Services with JAX-RPC  and Chapter 9:   SOAP with Attachments API for Java)
I still prefer to use Axis (which JAX-RPC compiler and seems to be more popular and easy to use)...
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maXXXeEAuthor Commented:
hi aozarov
i am using j2ee 1.4, and the link provided me with enough information

cud u tell me if axis can be used with any j2ee server?
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aozarovCommented:
Yes, it can.
Normally it will be used as a standard web application that can dispatch POJO or EJB.
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