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Congrats to all the guys who passed !!
For those who failed keep trying "failure is the stepping stone for success"

Guys who passed/failed which book/material was of most use/help from the certification point of view?
 
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Hi Santosh,
Best book .. RMH J2EE webservices read it throughly also the appendix chapters too.

Read the webservice desiging blueprint except for XML processing read all the other chapters.

Go through Mikliha Zaikin web site for web services preparation excellent resource.

Read basic profile 1.0 Specs .Very improtatnt . Go to the link for Basic profile 1.0

Read SOA search in yahoo and just read about SOA etc.

Read other resources you can for security. I read very extensively for security. SAML ,XKMS specs but u dont need really such details but I wasnt getting any really good resource at that time.
I passed so this must have worked. :-)

HTH
Dhiren
 
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Thanks for the reply DHIREN !!
 
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According to me, material needed is :
- RMH J2EE Web Services book ( a must-have)
- real life experience with Web Services projects
 
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How about the Mikalai Zaikin's SCDJWS Study Guide? does it match the exam objectives?
I read his SCBCD guide for SCBCD exam, it is well for that exam.
 
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Go through Mikliha Zaikin web site for web services preparation excellent resource.

May I know the link to Mikliha's web site?
 
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Originally posted by tom sg:
May I know the link to Mikliha's web site?[/QB]


Here: http://java.boot.by/wsd-guide/
 
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