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Gave the exam

 
sandeep kulkarni
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Hi.....
I gave the exam yesterday morning.
Here are few points I should tell u about the exam
1.Pretty exhaustive stuff(174 questions and more than 4 hrs )
2.Drag and Drop questions are very confusing(though few are quite easy)
3.Read the WS Basic profile 1.0 as soon as u can
4.There are many questions on endpoint design and J2EE(EJB,configuration files etc)
5.JAX-RPC section was nightmare for me(dont even remember what was in it )
6.Security section was on the moderate level(requires understanding on Digital signature,certificate,X.509 and other XML security tech).Thanks to the Wrox book,I read it from there
7.Good questions of identifying the correct design patters based on given situations(really good questions)
8.Dont forget to study JAXP(SAX,DOM and XSLT).Even though they are very easy,few questions on these topics
9.SOAP,WSDL(WSDL-Java,Java-WSDL identification),UDDI was ok
10.Most importantly,no 2 succesive questions from the same section(atleast for my test ).

any more queries
ksandy01@hotmail.com

all the best ranchers
 
Kalpesh Soni
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1 security - which wrox book ?
2 anything to read for endpoint desing outside RMH book
3 where to read design pattern stuff from ?
 
Alexei Vinogradov
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Was there any chance to "look up" some answers in another questions?
For example to find "valid" elements in the valid code snippets from another question?
 
sandeep kulkarni
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well said Alexei,I am able to find out few answers from other questions and obviously that's gonna be happen(because we have 174 questions).I have studied web services from "Professional Java web services-wrox publications".about design patterns there is a book called "J2EE design patterns"
 
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