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any good study guide for SCDJWS?

 
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They do not write this book!
 
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Release Date update on
Sun Certified Developer for Java Web Services Study Guide (Exam 310-220)
Its release date is now 2007-08-01; August 2007.

Maybe the SCDJWS will be updated by then :roll:
 
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Forget this book !
 
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teddy chan wrote:hi ranchers, I want to take scdjws exam. any good study guide book for it??
help please!!!


Hi All,
I finally completed SCDJWS , thanks for all ranchers for your support, thanks a lot..

Here is my preparation plan.
My preparation started with java webservcies bible... J2EE web wservices, by Richard Monson Haefel (RMH) .
first have gone through the entire book once and used to refere while taking the practice tests.

The first step is to getting comfortable with WS technologies like
XML 1.0 , XSD 1.0, SOAP 1.1, WSDL, UDDI 2.0
second step is to understand the API's
JAX-RPC, SAAJ, JAXP, JAXB , JAXR.
then go through the specification like..
Basic Profile 1.0, J2EE blueprints (Service Endpoint Design), Web service Security
Final step is...
Take some mock exams

http://talented-java-developers.blogspot.com/2009/...dy-material-and-resources.html will give you more details regarding various resource for this preparation..

Once again thanks for your support...
 
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