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Hi All,

I'm preparing for SCDJWS but I don't know how to practice.

I have a solid knowledge of WebServices but with Apache Axis, not with pure JAX-RPC webservices. Now, I'm wondering how to practice as the Sun's WebServices Developer Pack is focused in JEE 5 which is not the focus of this cert.

Can anybody tells me how is the easyways to do hands-on preparation on JAX-RPC, SAAJ and JAXR for J2EE 1.4?

Thanks,
Daniel
 
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TRY going to blog site of Mr.Valentin,
He would have given mapping for objectvies
Try downloading the tutorial link (j2ee wsdp 1.4)
Try installing the same
Download the j2ee tutorial and jwsdp tutorial and try configuring it and execute.
FOr SAAJ, DOM,SAX we need just jar in the wsdp pack. Yet to Try JAXR, i guess the ant scripts in webservices developer pack would be helpful.

SAAJ, DOM,SAX in RMH book is direct and can be executed as standalone code with jars in classpath.


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Karthik R
 
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