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Hi Ranchers,

I have just completed SCBCD Exam and after a lot of thinking I have decided to go for SCDJWS.

The way I prepare for an Exam is I purchase one book and arrange for the others for references.

Scanning thorough some of the posts in this forum , what I understood is
"j2ee web services by Richard Monson-Haefel. "
can be the one book that I am looking for . Am I right ???


Also , I am completely new to WebServices , Will this book satisfy all my needs.

I would also Like to know if I can get an exam simulator (or a crack of any simulator)

Waiting for suggestions,
 
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RMH's book is a good one. Also you can check SCDJWS Links.
 
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J2EE Web Services (Richard Monson-Haefel; RMH) is essential.
So are the Blueprints but you can get the PDF for free (see other topics linked to).
And at a minimum MZ Guide's section on security (see other topics linked to).

For suggestions on how to get started see Files to create a Java web services by hand.
Additional links to resources and some topics of interest see Will Oracle 10g App Server serve me in learning for SCJWS exam?.
 
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I used the following study material. I cleared the exam 1 week ago.

1. RMH Book
2. Web Services Security - Mark O'Neill (Good Book for WS security)
3. MZ Notes and QUIZ
4. J2EE 1.4 Tutorial - 7, 8, 9 and 10 chapters
5. Sun Blue Prints - All 9 chapters
6. xyzws.com - Online quiz (Got 73%)
7. Comments from ranchers.

-- Srinivas
 
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Thanks to all of you ...........

I hope I will add SCDJWS to my signature soon.

 
Just let me do the talking. Ahem ... so ... you see ... we have this tiny ad...
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