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JAXR - RMH Chapters 16-19

 
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Guys,

I am in the process of preparing for the exam and had a few questions about JAXR with respect to the exam. I did search the forums to see if there were similar posts but couldnt find many and so had to post a new one.

1) RMH Chapters 16-19 which cover JAXR in detail seem to be pretty dull and dragged out with a lot of API specific stuff. Could anyone please suggest if any particular sections of those chapters are relevant to the exam ?

2) With the vast areas that need to be covered, I am guessing there is no way in the world I can remember this stuff without practise. Did anyone use Apache-Axis inside Weblogic server for practice ? Especially using JAX-RPC, SAAJ and JAXR within Weblogic.

3) I heard that JAXB is also part of the obectives and two articles were listed from onJava site. Is it enough if we go through them as a reference or do we need to go into the details in any book ?

4) Which chapters of BluePrints (by Inderjeet Singh) are specific to the exam ?

Thank you for all the help in advance. My target date for the exam is around the end of June :roll: Anyone else who is preparing to take the test in that timeframe can contact me so that we can exchange some knowledge and questions.

Regards,
Sonu
 
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tips(1), tips(2), and tips(3).
[ May 29, 2006: Message edited by: wise owen ]
 
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