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Study materials for objectives 10 and 11

 
Nicholas Cheung
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Did anyone know any study materials talk about the General Design and Architecture and Endpoint design and Architecture?

I read the draft of the blueprint book, however, some issues have not been covered.

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Kalpesh Soni
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Richard S took the exam, and told to read about WS-Security stuff

where to read that from ??
[ May 20, 2004: Message edited by: Kalpesh Soni ]
 
xixi wang
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Thank you all for the replies. They've been very helpful.

On page 225 in Richard's book, in the schema for get_businessDetail, there is a xsd prefix which is not defined anywhere. Why is this or am I missing something?

Thank you very much!

Xixi
 
xixi wang
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Oops, not the right thread.
 
Nicholas Cheung
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Hi Kalpesh,

I just received the book Enterprise Java Security, which won in here. Chapter 14 of the book provides a detail info on various Web Services security, and I guess it would be enough for this exam.

In addition, Chapter 7 of the blueprint also gives an overview on Web Services security, you may have a look.

Nick
 
shanita
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Any online resources for that (besides the blueprints)?
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Ko Ko Naing
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Originally posted by Nicholas Cheung:

In addition, Chapter 7 of the blueprint also gives an overview on Web Services security, you may have a look.


Will it be enough for the exam? Becos I don't have that Enterprise Java 2 Security book to study about security...
 
Nicholas Cheung
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It will be enough, if you already have some background of security.

Since WS security is just makes use of existing security mechanism, you find no difference at all. For example, WS DS, what the different is just the signature is put inside the header, instead of sending both signature and the original message for verification.

Everything is similar.

Just knowing what WS does to secure the application is fine enough.

Nick
 
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