(1) Remember the code snippets to use JAXP api (DocumentBuilderFactory, SAXParserFactory, TransformerFactory.. and setting the namespace/validation properties..etc)
(2) Code snippets for using SAAJ API (ConnectionFactory, MessageFactory, getting the SOAPBody ..etc)
(3) Code snippets to query/update using JAXR API
(4) Code snippets to make web service calls using Stub/Call interfaces..
(5) Understand how WSDL is structured (purpose of all elements and how they are organized)
(6) Though UDDI/JAXR goes over your head, just understand the info models (businessEntity, businessService..etc and relationship with JAXR Java Objects..)
Remember one thing the topics are wide-open, so they can ask anything.. But what I believe is they are checking the conceptual knowledge in each area..
For UDDI and JAXR, you really need to have deep understanding at the API level. BusinessQueryManageger, LifeCycleManager, UDDI Publishing and UDDI Query APIs, how connections (for Registry) are created, what properties you need to set for authenticating the connections, how do you validate an URI before publishing etc. are important to learn in detail. There was some mention about EntityResolver too. I have no idea where that came from. Instead of spending too much time reading RMH book, I would recommend to prepare from MZ's guide. MZ's guide is really tailered towards the needs for SCDJWS.
From Security side, master XACML, SAML, XML Digital Signature, XML Encryption, Web based authentication (Basic, Form ,hybrid), role based authentication, authentication controlled by programming, HTTPS etc. etc. I spent less than 5% of my preparation time for security. About 20% of prep time need to go towards security. Well - I am suggesting from what I experienced, it may be different for a different question set.
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Congrats and thanks a lot for information.
but can you please tell me where i can find these resources???
i have a plan to study SCDJWS
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