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Does anyone have any idea what specifically from JAXP is covered on the IBM 484 exam? I took the sample and don't recall much on there. This is one area that I haven't done anything in awhile. Any sites would be appreciated.
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Hi, Luigi,
Well, IBM 484 exam doesn't go deep into specific APIs of JAXP, JAAS or JMS. You'll likely to face only basic questions.
When I was taking the exam the question about JAXP was very easy. Though I'm not sure I gave the correct answer because I neither learnt nor had any experience with it
To my mind, it's enough to learn basic tutorials about JAXP, JMS or JAAS to answer questions about them.
 
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