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 * [http://www.sourcebeat.com/TitleAction.do?id=1 Apache Axis Live] by James Goodwin, Sourcebeat, NOT YET RELEASED.  * [[http://www.sourcebeat.com/TitleAction.do?id=1|Apache Axis Live]] by James Goodwin, Sourcebeat, NOT YET RELEASED.
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 * [http://entwickler.com/sus/sus_buch/psecom,id,61,nodeid,8,_language,de.html Java Web Services mit Apache Axis] (German) by Dapeng Wang (Hrsg.), Thomas Bayer, Thilo Frotscher, Marc Teufel, Software & Support Verlag, May 2004.  * [[http://entwickler.com/sus/sus_buch/psecom,id,61,nodeid,8,_language,de.html|Java Web Services mit Apache Axis]] (German) by Dapeng Wang (Hrsg.), Thomas Bayer, Thilo Frotscher, Marc Teufel, Software & Support Verlag, May 2004.
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 * [http://www.apress.com/book/bookDisplay.html?bID=273 Google, Amazon, and Beyond: Creating and Consuming Web Services] by Alexander Nakhimovsky & Tom Myers, APress, December 2003.  * [[http://www.apress.com/book/bookDisplay.html?bID=273|Google, Amazon, and Beyond: Creating and Consuming Web Services]] by Alexander Nakhimovsky & Tom Myers, APress, December 2003.
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 * [http://www.wrox.com/books/0764543555.shtml Professional XML Development with Apache Tools: Xerces, Xalan, FOP, Cocoon, Axis, Xindice] by Theodore W. Leung, Wrox Press, December 2003.  * [[http://www.wrox.com/books/0764543555.shtml|Professional XML Development with Apache Tools: Xerces, Xalan, FOP, Cocoon, Axis, Xindice]] by Theodore W. Leung, Wrox Press, December 2003.
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 * [http://www.manning.com/ford Art of Java Web Development Struts, Tapestry, Commons, Velocity, JUnit, Axis, Cocoon, InternetBeans, WebWork] by Neal Ford, Manning, November 2003.  * [[http://www.manning.com/ford|Art of Java Web Development Struts, Tapestry, Commons, Velocity, JUnit, Axis, Cocoon, InternetBeans, WebWork]] by Neal Ford, Manning, November 2003.
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 * [http://www.j2ee-security.net J2EE Security for Servlets, EJBs and Web Services] by Pankaj Kumar, Prentice Hall, September 2003.
  A book on using Java security APIs, tools and mechanisms for building secure enterprise applications. The chapter on [http://www.j2ee-security.net/book/dnlds/Chapter11-WebService_Security.pdf Web Services Security] uses Axis-1.1RC1 for illustrations. Besides Web Services, it covers security aspects of Java RMI, Servlet and JSP based Web Applications and EJBs.
 * [[http://www.j2ee-security.net|J2EE Security for Servlets, EJBs and Web Services]] by Pankaj Kumar, Prentice Hall, September 2003.
  A book on using Java security APIs, tools and mechanisms for building secure enterprise applications. The chapter on [[http://www.j2ee-security.net/book/dnlds/Chapter11-WebService_Security.pdf|Web Services Security]] uses Axis-1.1RC1 for illustrations. Besides Web Services, it covers security aspects of Java RMI, Servlet and JSP based Web Applications and EJBs.
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 * [http://vig.prenhall.com/catalog/academic/product/0,4096,0131014021,00.html J2EE Platform Web Services] by Ray Lai, Prentice Hall PTR, August 2003.  * [[http://vig.prenhall.com/catalog/academic/product/0,4096,0131014021,00.html|J2EE Platform Web Services]] by Ray Lai, Prentice Hall PTR, August 2003.
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 * [http://www.aw-bc.com/catalog/academic/product/0,4096,0321185773,00.html Web Services: A Manager's Guide] by Anne Thomas Manes, Addison-Wesley, June 2003.
  Not a book for geeks, but talks how Web Services has been put to use. Anne is a frequent and valuable contributor to the Axis lists. An [http://www.sys-con.com/webservices/articleprint.cfm?id=756 excerpt] from this book is available on Web Services Journal.
 * [[http://www.aw-bc.com/catalog/academic/product/0,4096,0321185773,00.html|Web Services: A Manager's Guide]] by Anne Thomas Manes, Addison-Wesley, June 2003.
  Not a book for geeks, but talks how Web Services has been put to use. Anne is a frequent and valuable contributor to the Axis lists. An [[http://www.sys-con.com/webservices/articleprint.cfm?id=756|excerpt]] from this book is available on Web Services Journal.
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 * [http://www.sams.com/catalog/product.asp?product_id={E81FC36B-BFEB-4C81-9ADC-6EA5AA1DC7E2} Teach Yourself Web Services in 24 Hours] by Stephen Potts & Mike Kopack, SAMS, May 2003.  * [[http://www.sams.com/catalog/product.asp?product_id={E81FC36B-BFEB-4C81-9ADC-6EA5AA1DC7E2}|Teach Yourself Web Services in 24 Hours]] by Stephen Potts & Mike Kopack, SAMS, May 2003.
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 * [http://www.apress.com/book/bookDisplay.html?bID=154 Web Services Patterns: Java Edition] by Paul B. Monday, APress, April 2003.  * [[http://www.apress.com/book/bookDisplay.html?bID=154|Web Services Patterns: Java Edition]] by Paul B. Monday, APress, April 2003.
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 * [http://www.charlesriver.com/titles/crosswebserv.html Cross-Platform Web Services Using C# and Java] by Brian Hochgurtel, Charles River Media, March 2003.  * [[http://www.charlesriver.com/titles/crosswebserv.html|Cross-Platform Web Services Using C# and Java]] by Brian Hochgurtel, Charles River Media, March 2003.
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 * [http://www.wrox.com/books/1861007531.htm Beginning Java Web Services] by Meeraj Kunnumpurath et al, Wrox Press, September 2002.
  An introductory book, with the early chapters focusing on Axis. The [http://www.wrox.com/books/sample-chapters/SampleChapter_1861007531.pdf sample chapter] shows how to install Axis with Tomcat 4.0: we do not believe that their approach is the best. It is easier to drop jaxrpc.jar and saaj.jar into the CATALINA_HOME/common/lib dir than it is to add all Axis jars to the classpath by hand. The book is based on Axis Beta-3.
 * [[http://www.wrox.com/books/1861007531.htm|Beginning Java Web Services]] by Meeraj Kunnumpurath et al, Wrox Press, September 2002.
  An introductory book, with the early chapters focusing on Axis. The [[http://www.wrox.com/books/sample-chapters/SampleChapter_1861007531.pdf|sample chapter]] shows how to install Axis with Tomcat 4.0: we do not believe that their approach is the best. It is easier to drop jaxrpc.jar and saaj.jar into the CATALINA_HOME/common/lib dir than it is to add all Axis jars to the classpath by hand. The book is based on Axis Beta-3.
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 * [http://manning.com/antbook Java development with Ant] by Erik Hatcher and Steve Loughran, Manning Press, July 2002.
  A book on Ant development which covers Web Service development with Axis, along with other topics relevant to Java developers using Ant. The Web Service chapter, [http://www.manning.com/hatcher/chap15.pdf chapter 15], is free to download, and was the birthplace of happyaxis.jar. The book is based on Axis Beta-2; the web site contains updated documentation where appropriate.
 * [[http://manning.com/antbook|Java development with Ant]] by Erik Hatcher and Steve Loughran, Manning Press, July 2002.
  A book on Ant development which covers Web Service development with Axis, along with other topics relevant to Java developers using Ant. The Web Service chapter, [[http://www.manning.com/hatcher/chap15.pdf|chapter 15]], is free to download, and was the birthplace of happyaxis.jar. The book is based on Axis Beta-2; the web site contains updated documentation where appropriate.
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 * [http://support.apress.com/books.asp?bID=1861007159&s=0&Go=Select+Book AXIS: Next Generation Java SOAP] by Romin Irani and S Jeelani Bashna, Wrox Press/APress, May 2002.
  The first nothing-but-Axis book. It is based on Beta-1. This is a reasonable book, despite is apparent thinness and relative age. If it has a major weakness it believes everything works as intended, which regular Axis users will know is not quite true yet. Maybe they didn't want to fault missing features and other gotchas, assuming they would be fixed by the time the product shipped, but the effective result is that you can get into minor trouble working from this book, trying to use bits that aren't there, or just don't work (yet). A [http://archive.devx.com/java/wrox/axis.asp sample chapter] on Handlers is available online.
 * [[http://support.apress.com/books.asp?bID=1861007159&s=0&Go=Select+Book|AXIS: Next Generation Java SOAP]] by Romin Irani and S Jeelani Bashna, Wrox Press/APress, May 2002.
  The first nothing-but-Axis book. It is based on Beta-1. This is a reasonable book, despite is apparent thinness and relative age. If it has a major weakness it believes everything works as intended, which regular Axis users will know is not quite true yet. Maybe they didn't want to fault missing features and other gotchas, assuming they would be fixed by the time the product shipped, but the effective result is that you can get into minor trouble working from this book, trying to use bits that aren't there, or just don't work (yet). A [[http://archive.devx.com/java/wrox/axis.asp|sample chapter]] on Handlers is available online.
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  [http://www.webservicessolutions.com/index.php/article/articleview/461/1/8 Review]   [[http://www.webservicessolutions.com/index.php/article/articleview/461/1/8|Review]]
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 * [http://www.sams.com/catalog/product.asp?product_id={ABC81EE6-0D9F-4BD7-99DB-84F9C983ACF7} Building Web Services with Java: Making Sense of XML, SOAP, WSDL and UDDI] by Steve Graham et al, December 2001.  * [[http://www.sams.com/catalog/product.asp?product_id={ABC81EE6-0D9F-4BD7-99DB-84F9C983ACF7}|Building Web Services with Java: Making Sense of XML, SOAP, WSDL and UDDI]] by Steve Graham et al, December 2001.

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