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    Default Please Suggest a Book about J2EE Web services

    I was woundering if anyone know of a good J2EE Book about Web sevices? I know alot of Java for Desktop but I am having trouble understanding it for the web. I search the forum and only found this post http://zimbra.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2054 about Ajax. Any help would me much appreciated, thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by myles
    I was woundering if anyone know of a good J2EE Book about Web sevices? I know alot of Java for Desktop but I am having trouble understanding it for the web. I search the forum and only found this post http://zimbra.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2054 about Ajax. Any help would me much appreciated, thank you.
    If you are trying to understand Zimbra, you won't have much luck with a J2EE book. The Zimbra model is much lighter weight, with a completly seperate front end application (running in javascript on the browser) and a backend that exposes details via JSON, REST and SOAP.

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