In this article we've seen how to create a very simple web service, how to view the details of our web service using WSDL, and also how to put everything we've learnt into one complete authentication web service.
In another article I will cover how we can consume the web service we've just made, but until then you should experiment with what you've learnt in this article and also checkout some of the books and links shown below.
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