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- 02-12-2012, 08:59 PM #1Member
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Diving into Java Web Services from .NET world
My full experience is in .NET world and I specialize in integration. Now I am getting into Java and especially web services for the target of cross-platform
interoperability. I have no prior Java knowledge at all.
Now here is the thing: Because of my C# background I can easily understand Java code, so i jumped directly to web services. But frankly I have been
overwhelmed by all the terminologies and choices I have especially for application servers (Glassfish, TomCat, WebLogic). So I started jumping from one
place to another without really finding a clear path.
So my question is: should i hold back a step and get into JSP first to get familiar with Java web technologies or can I continue with my web services
track and get myself a book about any one of these application servers?
Thanks for your time, and for your help in advance.
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