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I want to appear in XML certification.I have started preparation from " HandBook on XML ". IS that enough or i have to read more books plz guide me .For preparation I am Java Certified & i did java by self study i also wish the same for XML certification ,I can affort any tution , so i have tp prepare my self.
 
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Fahad, details of the exam are thoroughly describe by Ajith here.
Here is our IBM test resources center.
Here are links for XML studying and I added some more in this post.
"HandBook on XML" - is it Charles F.Goldfarb�s �The XML handbook�? If so, it is good for XML and DTD studying, but its XSLT/XPath coverage is very superficial. The best book for XSLT/XPath IMHO is Khun Yee Fung�s �XSLT. Working with XML and HTML�. Also study IBM practice test as much as you can and try to understand each answer, until it becomes your answer � very useful!
Good luck on your exam!
 
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