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took the exam on saturday, may 23 - addition to nicholas' thread  RSS feed

 
Christian Lesmana
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Hi all, i have taken the exam on saturday, and have more less the same experience like nicholas.
Just want to add a little thing.
- There are some drag and drop coding question. Basically it is a set of coding statement that we need to arrange sequentially, things like how do you use dynamic proxy as a client, how you query to uddi registry using jaxr, things like that. basic coding actually, just make sure you guys understand it.
- What trouble me most is architecture question, since I have only little knowledge about it. Question like : based on this situation, what approach should we take , session facade, business delegate, wsdl to java or java to wsdl, etc.

Generally, if you read Richar's book and sun's webservice blueprint(8 pdf chapters) it should be enough.

Cheers,
Christian.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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