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OnJava: Creating Web Services with Apache Axis

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jul 11, 2002


Web services have been a buzzword for a while....These days, though, Web services are moving to college, so to speak, and lots of people are starting to 'do it' more often and better than before. Tools are maturing, and creating and working with Web services isn't all that hard anymore.

Complete Story Web services have been a buzzword for a while....These days, though, Web services are moving to college, so to speak, and lots of people are starting to 'do it' more often and better than before. Tools are maturing, and creating and working with Web services isn't all that hard anymore.

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