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What are the tools that need to be installed on the machine to excute the code that required for exam prepration and webservice understanding.


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JWSDP 1.4 might be one of the tools that you can use to prepare for the exam...
 
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Or you might consider using WSAD 5.1.2, however, for learning purposes, try not to rely on IDE much.

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Originally posted by Nicholas Cheung:
Or you might consider using WSAD 5.1.2, however, for learning purposes, try not to rely on IDE much.

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I would strongly disagree. Learning a new technology by using an IDE that hides much of the complexity is NOT a good idea. IDEs are there for enhancing the productivity of developers who are already experienced with a given technology. I strongly advise that you don't use an IDE for learning especially if you are a novice. You have to get to know all the details of web services and IDEs sure will not let you do that because their goal is to hide those details so that you can focus on the business part of your project. Take something simple, JCreator or something to that extent. Eclipse would also fit but you have to make sure not to automatize too much

Moreover, WSAD is full of non-standard and IBM-specific class libraries which may not be standard compliant.
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Eclipse would also fit but you have to make sure not to automatize too much.



What Eclipse's plugins do you use with webservices?
 
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If I use axis instead of JWSDP 1.4, is it ok for prepare this exam?
 
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thanks for your suggestions. How about axis...


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