May I know your idea abour the right answer for the following questions?
1). Asynchronous Web Services are supported by applications written to which two specifications? (Select 2) A. JAXM B. JAX-RPC C. JAXP D. JAXR E. JAXB
2). Which tag fragment indicates a document is described by a Schema rather than a DTD? A. xmlns B. doctype C. pcdata D. element
3). Which two of the following are essential features of a Web Service? (Select 2) A. ASCII encoding B. XML message exchange C. URI application identification D. HTTP network protocol
4). What mechanism does a SOAP server use to report an error? A. A single <fault> element in the message body B. A single <fault> element in the message header C. Multiple <fault> elements in the message body D. Multiple <fault> elements in the message header
5). Which Web Service specification functions most like IIOP or JRMP? A. UDDI B. SOAP C. WSDL D. CORBA E. RMI
6). All of the following are a part of XSL EXCEPT: A. XPATH B. XSLT C. XSLV D. XSL-FO
7). All of the following can be passed in a JAX-RPC remote method invocation EXCEPT: A. Remote References B. String Arrays C. JavaBeans D. BigDecimal objects
8). If a SOAP processing error occurs and a fault element is included in a SOAP message, which two of the following elements are REQUIRED under the fault element? A. <faultcode> B. <faultactor> C. <faultstring> D. <detail> E. <faultstate>
9) JAX-RPC requires support for which type of HTTP security authentication? A. Basic B. Form C. Client-Cert D. Custom
10) Which section of a WSDL document contains the URI for the Web service endpoint? A. portType B. message C. binding D. service
How about you share your responses and reasoning to open a discussion.
Personally I question the value of some of these questions. The SCDJWS certication doesn't even cover JAXM which ultimately failed because some platform vendors felt that it duplicated JMS functionality.