The Java Web Services Tutorial
by Eric Armstrong, et al
Publisher: Pearson Education 2005
Number of pages: 457
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.
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