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RESTFUL Web Services

 
Prashant Purkar
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Hi All,

Does SCEA 5 can have qurstions on RESTful Web Services?

I have just purchased the whizlab simulator and i found lots of question related to RESTful Web Services in it.

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Ronald Wouters
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The assignment objectives don't explicitely exclude restful webservices. They just mention "web services".
I would say, better to be safe than sorry ... therefor assume there will be questions about it. Anyway, reading and knowing about restful web services is something any future scea should do. But that's just my five cents.

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Prashant Purkar
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Thanks Ronald. Now after reading this particular article
http://java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/WebServices/restful/

its true that any future SCEA would want to know about them.

Having said that, are there any such more topics that are not part of core J2EE 5 but imp and questions can be asked on them?

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Ronald Wouters
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Well, one of the assignment objectives in "Section 5: Web Tier Technologies" is
State the benefits and drawbacks of adopting a web framework in designing a Java EE application

As you know, there are the obvious frameworks like Struts or Spring Web Flow. They both are not part of core JEE 5. Does that mean you shouldn't know about them ? At least their benefits and drawbacks as compared to say JSF ? I don't think so. Will there be questions on them ? Well, maybe not explicitely by name, after all they are not Sun products and this still is a Sun exam. But I would expect to see some of their benefits or drawbacks mixed in in some of the questions though ...

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[ June 25, 2008: Message edited by: Ronald Wouters ]
 
Janak Mewada
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Hi Prashant,

As you have purchased the Whizlab simulator, can you please post some review on it.

Yesterday only Rodrigo Cunha has posted a detailed review on Epractize Labs and Sun ePractice.

If possible create a new post for the same.
 
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