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Pass SCDJWS with 86%

 
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It is the most difficult java exam for me, because it cover so many topics.

My source:

"J2EE Web Services" of RMH.
It is a good book, quite complete for the topics it cover. But it is a little bit TOO detail for exam purpose. And it would be much better if more diagrams are used to explain those interrelated concepts.

"SCDJWS Study Guide" of Mijalai Zaikin
I wish he would complete the missing topics soon.

"Designing Web Services with the J2EE 1.4 Platform"
Good coverage for general architecture, endpoint design, and security.

"Web Service Basic Profile - Version 1.0"
Not only because it is an important topic. Read it help a lot on understanding WSDL.

Panda.
 
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hai,
i want to write this test . i just passed scbcd with 88%.
i want to know how much time it will take to prepare.
how difficult to learn all concepts. because i am not never worked any of them.
how realistic writing exam without having real time experience in these technologies.
thanks
subba rao pasupuleti.
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