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RMH vs Designing Web Services with the J2EE1.4 Platform by Inderjeet et al

 
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Hi,

I am planning to start preparing for SCDJWS exam and looking for a book I can rely on. I hope I can find a book like HFSJ which I used for SCWCD exam but going through the discussion threads here, I think I won't be lucky this time.

If I have to make a choice between "RMH" and "Designing Web Services with the J2EE(TM) 1.4 Platform by Inderjeet et al" which one would you suggest me to buy for this exam.

I have looked at the tutorial by MZ which looked great and also glanced through the blue prints. But I think I will still need a book which will cover most of the objectives in detail.

Thanks
-Ayondeep
 
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RMH is better to start with as it assumes no prior knowledge of webservices. Blueprints book is a best practices guidelines kind of book and assumes that you know the basics of webservices programming. So start with RMH and then move to the blueprints.
 
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Ayondeep , you need these both books. RMH covers APIs well, and "Designing Webservices..." covers architecture.

regards,
MZ
 
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Thank you guys!
 
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