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Hi all,
I passed the test today with 75%. I used the following material...
1. Professional XML ( 2nd Edition ) (This book is not enough and you don't have to read the whole book )
2. Specifications at W3C is the thing to read .I used them for XML 1.0 , XML Schema ( Primer ), XPath and XSLT.
3. For SAX and DOM the chapters in Prof. XML are good.( I did have some working experience with these as well )
4. For other topics which have low preference like XLink, Xpointer, XML Signature, XML Encryption ....you could read the specs or some articles mentioned in other posts.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank everybody at Javaranch for their valuable inputs.
- Prasad
 
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Congrats!
Wish you can stick around to help us who are still
working on it.
 
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Hi,
Great job !!
Congrats!!
Hari
 
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Congrats!
 
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Good job Prasad
 
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Congrats Prasad!
Rakesh.
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