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Please don't wonder on this...!

I just want to know that do we have any books which covers SCDJWS5?
Though SCDJWS5 sylabus is not announced, we may guess what might be in that if I am not wrong.

Do we have RMH latest book available in market which covers (or pobably partially covers) this?

Please let me know, I am planning to start for latest certification.
By the time it comes, I may jump into that (if possible)

Thanks all in advance
[ October 03, 2008: Message edited by: Shashidhar ]
 
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if you're talking about the possible beta (which i'm likewise waiting for), the only reading material available are white papers, specs, and tutorials from sun website.
 
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That's cool.

Can I find any other stuff, along with that?
 
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Guys, SCDJWS 5 is now in. Can you please lists down the tutorials and specification versions to read.

Thanks,
 
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For everything you people are asking, take a look at this great link .


Hope this helps
 
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Man,

Its a new world, with new SCJDWS, SCDJWS 5 is in now.

Please post us some links related to this new version.
 
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Originally posted by Faraz Ali:
Man,

Its a new world, with new SCJDWS, SCDJWS 5 is in now.

Please post us some links related to this new version.



Oh yes the new version. But its in beta phase now.
 
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I think this is the toughest exam ever going to take.
I don't think we will be get in without planning well...

It would be really helpful to all of us if list out how to proceed...

Can any one help us to do this...?
[ October 25, 2008: Message edited by: Shashidhar Yarabati ]
 
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This certification (version 5) is completly diferent to old versions?
 
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This book may be a good starting point:
http://www.amazon.com/SOA-Using-Java-Web-Services/dp/0130449687

However, it must be noted that the book doesn't cover all the objectives of SCDJWS 5. Although, I haven't done any detailed mapping of the book to the objectives, I think it covers parts of sections 4, 5, 7, 8, 9 of the objectives.

Some one has posted a link to SCDJWS links on this website. It is also important to note that some of those links are outdated for the new exam. In addition to the book, you might want to look at,
1. http://java.sun.com/webservices/technologies/index.jsp (be sure to visit all tabs and all links) for Java EE parts of the exam
2. Standards specifications e.g. SOAP 1.2 spec etc. for other parts of the exam
 
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