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Passed scdjws! with 98%!!!

 
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HI all
Today is a great day for me.Thanks for all ranchers.
Here is my feedback about the exam.I took 2 months for this exam.Because i am a new bie to webservices.First one month i learned webservices,and worked out using apache axis.The link to learn web services.
http://www.ammai.com/modules.php?op=modload&name=Sections&file=index&req=viewarticle&artid=4&page=1
And for exam point of view,i used
1.RMH -It rocks,upto 6 objectives and 9th one.
2.Mikalai guide - I suggest to read mikalai notes,for every objective.
3.blue prints for -objective 8,10,11.
4.wsi-bp profile 1.0
4.Mikalai quiz- it is worth for 12$.
5.xyzws quiz-it is useful too.
And Exam,It is not difficult for me,Most of them are direct question,and about 10 drag and drop.More questions on security.I suggest to concentrate on security topic.The way i read was,First start with rmh,then objective learning by mikalai,then wsi-bp profile.Then finally do mock exams.
Good luck for those who are preparing.
 
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Originally posted by vasu venki:
HI all
Today is a great day for me.Thanks for all ranchers.



Congratulations !!!

Great score !!!

regards,
MZ
 
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Hi!

Great score!!!

Which blueprints do you recommend reading?

Thanks,
Daniel
 
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Originally posted by Daniel Amadei:


Which blueprints do you recommend reading?



Download WS BP from here

or

here
 
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wow! vasu
you really have passed with flying colors.

congrats... keep up the spirit!
 
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Congrats. AWESOME SCORE

Did you try xws security topic in jws tutorial
 
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Fantastic Score..!!

I am newbie to Web services..and using RMH for studying.

Since RMH is very theoritical i find it difficult to read & complete..i need sufficient code snippets so that i can demonstrate it.

Please suggest me reading pattern..




 
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Congrates !!!
 
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Congrates !!!
 
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Congratulations !
 
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Congrats
SCJP,SCWCD,SCBCD
 
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Job well executed Venki...

Congrats
 
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Congratulations !!!

I am just thinking of giving SCDJWS.

I hve one question everybody is talking about RMH

What is name of this book...(RMH) ?

Can you please give me full name of book. So that I can start reading.

Regards

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theres a links page which is on the front page of this forum with lots of useful links
http://www.valoxo.ch/jr/SCDJWS_Links.html
its the Richard Monson-Haefal book
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0321146182/electricporkchop
 
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Thanks....

Regards

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Congratulations Venki!

I'm really delighted with your score!!!

Cheers,
Naren
 
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Hi D Kelkard,

Welcome to the JavaRanch. There aren't many rules around here, however adherence to the JavaRanch Naming Policy is one of them. The display name dk javalearn does not comply with that policy. Please adjust your display name. Your cooperation is appreciated.

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Originally posted by vasu venki:
HI all
Today is a great day for me.Thanks for all ranchers.
Here is my feedback about the exam.I took 2 months for this exam.Because i am a new bie to webservices.First one month i learned webservices,and worked out using apache axis.The link to learn web services.
http://www.ammai.com/modules.php?op=modload&name=Sections&file=index&req=viewarticle&artid=4&page=1
And for exam point of view,i used
1.RMH -It rocks,upto 6 objectives and 9th one.
2.Mikalai guide - I suggest to read mikalai notes,for every objective.
3.blue prints for -objective 8,10,11.
4.wsi-bp profile 1.0
4.Mikalai quiz- it is worth for 12$.
5.xyzws quiz-it is useful too.
And Exam,It is not difficult for me,Most of them are direct question,and about 10 drag and drop.More questions on security.I suggest to concentrate on security topic.The way i read was,First start with rmh,then objective learning by mikalai,then wsi-bp profile.Then finally do mock exams.
Good luck for those who are preparing.



hmmmmmmmmmmm vasu your score is increasing from 70-98...
thats really good.

congrats yaaaaaar.

I really like your scores
Enjoy!!

but will please give me some suggestions regarding my next certification..
yesterday i 've completed SCJP with 75% now i am confused whether to go for webservices or web component.

please suggest me....to choose the best one .

thanks! Enjoy!!!
 
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Originally posted by vasu venki:
HI all
Today is a great day for me.Thanks for all ranchers.
Here is my feedback about the exam.I took 2 months for this exam.Because i am a new bie to webservices.First one month i learned webservices,and worked out using apache axis.The link to learn web services.
http://www.ammai.com/modules.php?op=modload&name=Sections&file=index&req=viewarticle&artid=4&page=1
And for exam point of view,i used
1.RMH -It rocks,upto 6 objectives and 9th one.
2.Mikalai guide - I suggest to read mikalai notes,for every objective.
3.blue prints for -objective 8,10,11.
4.wsi-bp profile 1.0
4.Mikalai quiz- it is worth for 12$.
5.xyzws quiz-it is useful too.
And Exam,It is not difficult for me,Most of them are direct question,and about 10 drag and drop.More questions on security.I suggest to concentrate on security topic.The way i read was,First start with rmh,then objective learning by mikalai,then wsi-bp profile.Then finally do mock exams.
Good luck for those who are preparing.



Great News
 
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Hi Master ,
I had done SCJP and SCWCD , and now planning to give SCDJWS .
so before start preparing can you tell me two things
1. what is RMH
2. Where i will get Mikalai guide
Please guide me

Thanks Tiger
 
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if you read the replies in this thread you'l see that I think RMH is the Richard Monson-Haefal book
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0321146182/electricporkchop

The Mikalai guide is available from Mikalai, see his signature and various other posts asking how to get it. It seems very popular, although its not free for everyone.
 
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Originally posted by michael warren:

The Mikalai guide is available from Mikalai, see his signature and various other posts asking how to get it. It seems very popular, although its not free for everyone.



Hi !

Just a small comment

WSD Guide is *absolutely* *free* and available online :

http://java.boot.by/wsd-guide/

WSD Quiz is not free, if you wish to get it - please refer this page.

regards,
MZ
 
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apologies
I must have been confused with the mock exam,
thanks for making your guide available for free
 
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Moving this to the results forum.
Thanks.
 
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