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good book for starters, Jan 12, 2023
I have read this book and find that it is a good book if you want to get started with Web services on BEA Weblogic workshop. The starting chapters are good and they really work in Workshop but the ending chapters have lost focus and become very theoretical. If the authors can work the last chapters so that they provide more hands on knowledge to devlopers, it would be great...
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Good Starting Point, Oct 9, 2023
I like this book. It was a big help for me to get started with Weblogic Workshop. I found it to be organized pretty well and the information extremely helpful.
I would recommend this book to someone that wanted to get started quickly with Workshop. But one problem is by the time I got this book and created Web Services with 7.0 then Weblogic 8.1 hit the market.
Also, the BEA documentation is very good and I could have probably gotten by using their resources. However, the amount of documentation and detail is overwhelming. I found this book helpful as well as an excellent starting point for WebServices and Workshop.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Worth the Money, Jan 9, 2023
If you want to learn Workshop, buy this book! By the end of the book you will be flying thru the tool.
The early chapters go easy and introduce the development environment. This is extremely well written.
And the examples in the early chapters work! You can easily create the web services yourself.
The later chapters loose focus on examples and more just explain how to do the task using workshop. And then the final chapter, "An Online Ordering System", seems to be written by an alein; the one web services does not work and will not work the way it is declared, one of the jave files is missing completely from the text but is provided on the CD. This is the reason for only four stars.
And then when you go to SAMSPUBLISHING web site, they have lost the book completely.
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Excellent Book, Nov 15, 2022
This is a excellent book and does a terrific job taking you through the WorkShop and using it to create Web Services.
I could have probably stumbled through the stuff without going through this book but it would have taken me much longer and I wouldn't have learned as much.
If you want to get up and running quick with this WorkShop tool buy this book and you will be rocking in a short time.
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Recommended for anyone interested in web services, Oct 19, 2023
The Workshop Kick Start book makes it easy to begin using WebLogic Workshop to build and run web services quickly. It has lots of valuable code samples, describes the underlying concepts like asynchronous communications and conversations well, and stays concise in its descriptions.
This is for developers of all skill ranges.