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MZ Study guide

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Hi MZ,

In few links in the study guide, there are no content. For eg., accessing the following link, has no content specific to that objective.

Kindly help.

Thanks in advance,

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Don't look a gift horse in the mouth

11.3 is covered in Java BluePrints: Designing Web Services with the J2EE 1.4 Platform "Chapter 4: XML Processing" in general, "4.2 Outline for Handling XML documents" in particular.

I presume you have already tried the board's private messaging feature Send New private Message to Mikalai Zaikin and/or Email Mikalai Zaikin if you are actually trying to contact him personally?
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Peer, well said !

Deepa, as you probably already found, there is no "read-one-book-and-pass-SCDJWS" solution. I wrote in the beginning of my guide, that it should not be used as *the* *only* source for preparation, because it is *incomplete*. I suggest you to look at the great SCDJWS links page ( ) which was compiled by gold digger Valentin Crettaz. Proceed and overcome.

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