After reading some posts here, I realized we need a good understanding of Web services for SCEA. I don't have any experience with web-services technology. I have the guide from Monson-Haefel, but the size of this book is really intimidating. Can anyone give me some pointers on where to start with this or how would I go by reading the j2EE web-services guide (RMH). Any help is much appreciated. Thank you Rama Z
SCJP, SCWCD, SCEA 5
posted 8 years ago
i remember reading only the overview of these topics (JAXP, JAX-RPC, WSDL, SOAP, UDDI) when i took the beta exam. these things are needed for processing, interoperability, describing, data transfer format, and discovery of a web service... so it's important that you know how these things are used even if you're not writing or developing web-service components.
SCEA will test your understanding of webservices. You wont be asked about the implementation syntax. I suggest you understand the webservice standards/protocols. In which scenarios these are preferred.
All the best
SCEA part I,TOGAF Foundation
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