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Is chapter 5 of WS Blue Print really important..

 
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Hi All,

Please can anyone suggest if I should go through the chapetr 5: XML of Sun BP for Web services at: http://java.sun.com/blueprints/guidelines/designing_webservices/

I know that chapter 3,4 and 7 are important. If thats not true.. Please correct me.

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Please can anyone suggest if I should go through the chapetr 5: XML of Sun BP for Web services at: http://java.sun.com/blueprints/guidelines/designing_webservices/

I know that chapter 3,4 and 7 are important. If thats not true.. Please correct me.


It is of some importance, if you will not read RMH.

However, if you read RMH, you may consider to skip this chapter, as they are somehow overlapped.

In addition, you may need to google from the Web to seek some resources on the topic JAXB, as neither books cover this issue.

Nick
 
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Hi Nick,

What resources have you used for the JAXB??

Thanks
Chetan
 
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For JAXB, I refer to the chapter 13 of the book:
Java Web Services Architecture

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Thanks Nick, fortunately I do have this book. I will really appreciate if you can tell me how useful you found this book for this exam? Is there any other chapter you would recommend?

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Only chapter 13 is useful I feel.

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Thanks Nick.
 
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Other objectives can be simply referred to RMH and blueprint.

Nick
 
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