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Starting to prepare

 
Jay Ram
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Hi all,
I am planning to do the certification. I see all the links posted by you. However, I wld like to know, how I shd get this started.
Quickly abt me, I am a sun certified Java pgmer(which I did almost 5 yrs back); I used to work with J2EE technologies(JSP,Servlets, EJB) . Now, I have been a stay at home mom for 2 yrs now. Now, I wld like to get back to work and do some certification to kick start that process.

I have very li'l knowledge abt webservices. So, Can somebody pls suggest me as to how I shd start. What are the things I shd install in my system to get it started. What wld be a good starting place.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Jay.
 
wise owen
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Jesus had listed how he prepared (including reading, hands on, and mock exam) for SCDJWS test. Please check his post at here.
 
Peer Reynders
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Originally posted by wise owen:
Jesus had listed how he prepared (including reading, hands on, and mock exam) for SCDJWS test.

The Blueprints are missing from that list.
Designing Web Services with the J2EE(TM) 1.4 Platform : JAX-RPC, SOAP, and XML Technologies
PDF version

@Jay Ram:
You should probably spend some time scouring this forum and select the material that suits you most. Unfortunately there is no one-stop, end-all, be-all reference for J2EE Web services and SCDJWS. To start you off, here are a few links:
What is the proper web service tool that i can use in the preparation for the exam?
how to read RMH
I.M.H.O. preparations for passing the exam
What is a good book for learning Web Services ?
Comparing "JAVA WEB SERVICES ARCHITECTURE" with RMH
any good study guide for SCDJWS?
Keep in mind that the SCDJWS cert is usually judged to be harder than SCJP, SCWCD, or SCBCD because of its larger scope (and unavailability of a Head First Guide) and preparation will usually take longer. One examinee stated felt it was even harder than the SCEA (SCDJWS passed)!
 
Jay Ram
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Thanks for yr responses Peer and Wise.
Will start from the links ypu had given.

Regards,
Jay.
 
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