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How useful Beta Takers found the blueprint??

 
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Hello Beta Takers,

Please can you shed some light on -- How useful is reading the whole/part Web Service Blueprint?

I have completed my 1st reading of J2EE WebServices by RMH. I am not sure just how useful from exam point of view to read the whole blueprint.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Also just out of curiosity: has anyone got CISSP Certification!

Many Thanks
 
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Hi Chetan,
Except for the chapter on just XMLprocessing (Chapter -5) .. Almost all the chapters are pretty good to go through. Gives a better grasp of web services architecture best practices. Useful for the test also.

HTH
Dhiren
 
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Thanks Dhiren. I agree with you.

Many Thanks
 
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