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Webservices and SCBCD

 
Sergio Tridente
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Hi,

I am studying from O'Reilly's book (and also form the specification). In that book, two chapters are dedicated to webservices. They talk a lot about the wsdl and rpc-mapping files and they introduce many new annotations. My question is: how deep does our knowledge about webservices need to be for the SCBCD exam? What does the exam really require? Webservices is an important subject per se and it has its own certification.

Please. If someone knows the answer, I would really appreciate the help.

Thanks in advance.
 
Alexandre Fradin
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Hi,

Owing to exam objectives, only @WebService and @WebMethod are in the scope of certification. EJB session bean contract : "Identify correct and incorrect statements or examples about implementing a session bean as a web service endpoint, including rules for writing a web service endpoint interface and use of the @WebService and @WebMethod annotations. "

But I did not pass the exam, so I am not sure. There is certainly someone who knows...
 
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"Keeeg",
Welcome to the ranch. You may not be aware of the ranch Naming Policy. Please read it carefully and change your name accordingly (you need to set both first and last names). Thank you.
 
Vinay Nath
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I read about web Services from EJB 3 in action for the exam as it is the best review material I found. It covers everything from annotations to requirements to binding. I found o'really book too detailed for web services when all I wanted was a review.
 
Sergio Tridente
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Thank you guys. I'll try to take a look at EJB in action, then.
 
shilpa danve
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Does all 16 chapters important to read from EJB3 in Action from exam point of view as part5 of this book focusses on spring,webservices and migration..Anyone who has already referred from this book kindly pour in your thoughts...Thanks..
 
Christophe Verré
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You can obviously skip the Spring part. I guess the migration part can be left aside too.
 
shilpa danve
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Thanks for comments...
 
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