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XML certification books

 
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Please tell me the names of best xml certification books.
 
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I'm fairly sure I've not yet seen a book tailored specifically for studying for this exam (though someone ought to make one ).
From what I've seen, IBM recommends two books from Wrox and one from O'Reilly. They seem to do the task fairly well.
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I found XML how to program by Deitel and Deitel useful for the certification but since no book is complete, it is better to refer other books like 'Java & XML' by O'Reilly and XML BIBLE too.
 
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Are the combined sample chapters listed in the links page sufficient, or should one actually go out and get 1 or more books? It seems that many books these days are largely API or divergent topics to pad the number of pages.
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