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Default where is the code of Prof Java Soap?

unfortunately,
i donot find the code about this book, Prof Java Soap, on the website,
but the author said i could get it,
what a pity!
please tell me asnp if anybody konws...

thx a lot!

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How about you spend a second looking at the post someone made right before you in this forum? It almost has the same topic, and obviously, the answer to your question.

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dear Imar:
   thanks for your advice.
   i did according to what you told me to, read the info,visit the site Apress and Wiley,but the code cannot be found either,some page, on Wiley, cannot be opened at all.
   how about you spend a "n time" looking on the webpage.
   i'll be very pleased if you have more info about it.
   if not , do you think i should ask for the code from god?

   IMP, work should be done better,dont you think something should be changed, how about a direct link to the code?
   TIME is expansive, ok?
   the more efficient,the better!

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IMO, if you are up to a book like "Professional Java Soap", you should have some basic computer skills, including knowing how to use Web sites and a search engine.

Well, we can do some hand-holding, if you want:

If you go to the APress site, you'll see a Download button (should be a hint). Once you click that button, you'll see this in a bold and red font:Downloads for books formerly published by Wrox and Glasshaus are located...

How much clearer can they make it? Follow the link, and you'll end up at the APress support site. At the bottom of that page there is a drop-down list. Click the down arrow on the right side of that list to open it. A list with book titles will magically appear. Scroll down the list (you can use the little square at the scroll bar on the right side for that. Click your mouse, and while holding it down, move it slowly downwards) until you see Professional Java Soap under the P of Professional.

Select the book, and then click the Select Book button. There is your source code.

A direct link doesn't make sense. Wiley is a competitor of APress, so why should Wiley direct customers to their competitors?

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Thanks for what you've done, Imar
What a pity! You didn't teach me how to start a machine, a computer...
please see the cover of the book if you'd like to, what's that?
Wrox, not Apress, OK?
I know you are going to say something like : to read some info in help center or in download code...
oh, my! Come on!
I am not sure whether you are an employee of that company,please,
as a customer, i donot care about who your competitors are, what i need is to get what i want as quickly as possible, the high efficient services...,you know!
Ok, you tought me a lot.
Thank you again!
Ha, ha!
Others tell me that i should be glad to see your words if i am your...

Forget it.
Well done!?









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