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IBM prescribed book for XML cetifification-The XML Handbook, 3rd edition

 
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How is this book. I don't find any comments about this book on this forum. I want to buy some book for XML certification. It seems that this book was revised recently. I think it may ijnclude the latest revisions to all the required XML related technologies which are required for the exam. Any suggestions.
Which is the best book for certification.
Thanks in advance.
 
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Ravi, I looked at The XML Handbook today. It seems to be a very good book to prepare to questions about design issues, for not to say �too good�. I suspect after reading this book you will be overprepared (to the exam), but it is better than to be underprepared anyway It is the best book I�ve seen from those dealing with �real world� XML use scenario. Now dark sides: 1) it is rather expensive, 2) this book alone is not enough for certification, since it doesn�t cover basic XML/XSL/DTD/Namespaces... specifications.
Conclusion: can be used as supplement reading.
As a base book Ajith the Certified used XML Bible.
Hey, does anybody actualy read The XML Handbook?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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