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Cleared SCDJWS with 88%

 
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Hi All,
I took the exam yest and cleared with 88%..There were lots of ques on UDDI & Security..Most of them were straight forward ques..So was able to score 100% on both those topics...

Preparation Materials..

- RMH (Used it for XML, WSDL, SOAP & JAX-RPC topics)
- Mikalai Zaikin (Awesome Study guide & Quiz)
- BluePrints

Mikalai's study guide is more than enough to clear the exam...Thanks Mikalai..

I had 9 months of prior Web Services experience..I had worked mostly with WSDL, Handlers, WS-Security(XML Digital Signature & Security Tokens)..

Thx JavaRanch..
 
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Madhusudanv, congratulations !!!

Great score !!!

regards,
MZ
 
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MadhuSudan,

Congratulations! Great score!

Prasad
 
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Nice shot madhusudanv

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Congratulations, nice score, i was thinking to take web services exam, but i didnt find a pro book for only the certification, so i decided to study for EJB and HFEJB book.
 
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Hi Nizar,
RMH and Mikalai's Study guide should help you out..You can use Mikalai's study guide for UDDI & JAXR related stuff as RMH is pretty exhaustive on those topics..
 
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nice job!!!

did you use any mock exam software? did it help?
 
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Nope..
I did not use any mock exam software...
 
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Hi,

How many questions did you get on "Deployment of Web services"? I mean, deployment descriptor questions. And also, how complex they are? I am finding very difficult to remeber the stuff in web.xml / webservices.xml / mapping.xml and wsdl.xml.

Please reply.

Thanks,

Prasad
 
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