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XML Architecture

 
David N S
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I was wopndering if anyone would know where I could get some good help on XML Architecture for the IBM Certification test.
I know a few people that have taken the test, and they all seem to have done poorly in this area and I would like to increase my knoledge in this area.
Any and all help is much appreciated and welcomed
THANKS!!!
 
Jayadev Pulaparty
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I'm also in line with David on this architecture stuff. I took some mock exams and have seen some questions wherein they try to explain the business scenario and asks for the best possible solution. Do we have any websites explaining these kinds of things or we are expected to have some real-time working experience in order to have seen such things in practice?
Anyone please clarify.
 
Rakesh Gudur
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Hai,
Definitely, if you have some working experience in web based applications (need not be in XML), it will be an advantage for Architecture based questions.
Most of the books give a brief intro abt the architectures of XML based applications. They also deal with this topic in the last few chapters.
You may refer to chapters - E-Buisiness integration, B2B with Microsoft BizTalk Server
in Prof XML 2 ed. of Wrox. I donno if any of the webservices books can help you out, but it's worth checking out.
Also refer to www.java.sun.com or www.msdn.microsoft.com or ibm developerworks for various case studies.
Hope this helps.
Good luck,
Rakesh.
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IBM Certified XML Dev.
 
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