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Hi guys,

I would like to prepare for webservices and i am dam fresher to this.Please guid me for meterial and good book to complete the certification in this.
my mail id is :sesha_anand@yahoo.com
 
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anand,

I am not aware of the driver for your exam, but if it is just to get certified and step in to this arena, my strong and sincere advise is this exam is unlike the scwcd and scbcd exam where just pick up a book and go.
The concept is simple but yet take some time and practise to sink in.
I have also been in your shoes, and I have learnt by going through a few books , few chapters here and there and slowly getting the overall picture. Learn web services for what it is basically Axis and such. Do a HANDS ON and them think about the certification. Beacuse I do see that for the certification you need to a lot a lower level while in the industry you use existing implementations. So I feel this can lead to a lot of over learning. For example UDDI, I haven't come across mant company's using it. Also in an interview one can explain what it is the specifs are a major redundancy.


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Hi key,

Thanks for sending me reply.

What you said is correct ,i completed SCJP and SCWCD,i came to know that by studying one book we can not complete.

Frankly asking you,is it needed working experience?.if you dont mind could you please send me the meterial what you are having or the liks to downd load.I will try my level best.
Could i expect you mail id.
 
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Both javaWorld and IBM DeveloperWorks have plenty of introductory and advanced articles and example code on all aspects of Web services. Those would be good first steps on your road to web service mastery, as of course would be having created and used plenty of them. Apache Axis makes this easy.
[ August 23, 2005: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
 
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Hi
Here is more or less good exam objective matrix prepared by Valentin, that you might already seen somewhere http://radio.javaranch.com/val/pages/SCDJWS_spec_matrix.html?printable=true
Good place to start downloading docs and books. You know, SCDJWS is not so easy to get started, since it covers wide range of technologies, that you possibly will not use in real life.
I don't know how I will get thru this, all I can do is to read these books and specs, using the Sun's exam objectives list as a plan, and cover each part of it day by day.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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