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WS-I confromance for HTTP

 
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For the SCDJWS, should I care about the HTTP conformance rules in WS-I specification?

I think the test objectives only advise to catch up on SOAP,WSDL,UDDI and XML!!

Please can anyone advise me.

Thanks

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Yes, you have to know that part (objectives 2.3 and 2.5). The HTTP binding for SOAP is very central and it is the most used binding to date. I would strongly advise you to have a look at it
 
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I feel the exam expected us to know WSI conformance for HTTP as well. I guess there is no harm for reading (or scanning) it for once.

Nick
 
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You guys are great. Many thanks.
Do you reckon I should go through the JAX-RPC spec, if I do not have access to the RMH -J2EE Web services book.

I will appreciate your advice on this.

once again thanks.

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Do you reckon I should go through the JAX-RPC spec, if I do not have access to the RMH -J2EE Web services book.


It depends on your knowledge. I havent read through any Web services spec. I have read RMH, and the blueprint book, together with MZ's notes.

I will share my experiences on both exams (beta and live), maybe tonite, or tomorrow, as I am going to retake this exam later in today.

Nick
 
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All the very best Nicholas. Waiting for the great news!!

Cheers
 
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