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From Tom Ziemer <>
Subject Re: [OT] Writing a tutorial
Date Wed, 04 May 2005 09:35:52 GMT
Hi Sunil,

thanks for sharing your time and your experience. This is really way 
more than I expected. Actually all of the points you mentioned are very 
interesting and I would be happy if you could write a few pages. I'll 
get started on this ASAP and send you a preliminary version.

Thanks a lot,

Sunil Kothari wrote:
> Hi Tom,
> I can chip-in with a lot of practical experiences and tips like
> 1) Granularity of exposed interface ( for an existing web application)
> 2) Exception Handling ( including exception hierarchy)
> 3) Different ways of creating WSDL and their advantages
> 4) When to use SOAP headers
> 5) Implementing SSL for web services
> 6) Session Handling for web services
> Please let me know if it will add value to your tutorial.
> Thanks,
>  Sunil
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tom Ziemer []
> Sent: Wednesday, May 04, 2005 2:48 PM
> To:
> Subject: [OT] Writing a tutorial
> Hi everybody!
> I think it would be rather nice to have a tutorial (PDF) that covers the
> basics and helps new users to get Axis up and running. Do you think that
> would be useful? If so, does anybody volunteer to help me to write such
> a tutorial? I'm thinking about covering the setup (Axis, Ant, Tomcat),
> and about writing/deploying services and clients - nothing fancy. Of
> course I am always open for suggestions.
> Regards,
> Tom

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