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JAXR preparation for the exam

 
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Hello Ranchers,

Can someone please guide me on how much weightage should be given to JAXR from exam perspective?

Also, what is the best source to get info on JAXR: RMH, MZ's notes, notes on xyzws.com or something else... please mention the source.

cheers!
 
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Preparing for SCDJWS.. Please help

RMH:...
For UDDI understand the entities and the role they play in the problem that UDDI tries to address. For JAXR know how UDDI entities map to JAXR structures and understand the basic procedures of manipulation of these structures - don't try to memorize the entire API. (Also don�t skip the relevant appendices)



There are plenty of reports of exam question sets with "Lots of questions on UDDI/JAXR".
 
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