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Any other book besides RMH book

 
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Hi,

The RMH book is no longer available in my place. The book store said it is a very old book so it was out of stock.
Is there any other book someone has used for the SCDJWS?

What about the following books:

Perspectives on Web Services: Applying SOAP, WSDL and UDDI to Real-World Projects
By Olaf Zimmermann
Amazon Link

or this Sun publication:

Designing Web Services with the J2EE(TM) 1.4 Platform: JAX-RPC, SOAP, and XML Technologies (The Java Series) (Paperback)
by Inderjeet Singh (Author)
Amazon Link
 
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The ScdjwsLinks page lists a number of helpful books. Some reviews by other ranchers can be found in the Bunkhouse.
 
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Hi !

Just a few tips:

1)

Designing Web Services with the J2EE(TM) 1.4 Platform: JAX-RPC, SOAP, and XML Technologies (The Java Series) (Paperback)
by Inderjeet Singh (Author)

is available for free in PDF from Sun website.

2) RMH book is available from safari library (safari.oreilly.com).

good luck,
MZ
 
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Thanks, MZ.

But I really can't read a whole book on the computer. Let alone study it always in front of the computer. So I'd prefer a book. I think I'll go with the Sun blueprint book, since I can find it here and it is also the reference the exam writers use besides the RMH book.
 
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Originally posted by warren li:
Thanks, MZ.

But I really can't read a whole book on the computer. Let alone study it always in front of the computer. So I'd prefer a book. I think I'll go with the Sun blueprint book, since I can find it here and it is also the reference the exam writers use besides the RMH book.



I would warn you not to skip RMH. It's *highly* recommended for the test.

regards,
MZ
 
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Thanks for the warning.
I managed to find the book in another bookstore here, going to get it later.
 
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