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SCDJWS5 links available here

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Here are some links to get you guys started. Please note that this is NOT a complete list. These links largely address section 4 of the objectives. You should continue to use SCDJWS links posted on this website as some of them are still valid (e.g. design and architecture, XML, WSDL, UDDI and related technology links) but the links should serve as a good starting point.

1.Exam objectives:
2.WS-I Basic profile:
3.SOAP v1.2 Primer part 0 (covers features of SOAP 1.2, actual specification is part 1, 2 and 3):
4.SOAP v1.2 part 1:
5.SOAP v1.2 part 2:
6.SOAP v1.2 part 3:
7.WS-I attachment profile (swaRef):
8.JAX-WS specification:
9.JAXB 2.0 specification:
10.Web Services metadata:
11.Implementing Enterprise Web Services JSR 109:
12.JAX-WS user guide (provides a good coverage of JAX-WS, be sure to visit all the links under the tab):
13.JAX-WS architecture (objective 4.6):
14.Stateful service (objective 4.10): Also see,

Edit: Changed the title of the post
[ October 30, 2008: Message edited by: Chintan Rajyaguru ]
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Thankyou for the link. I think you should edit your first post ording the links by objetives.

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Thank You for the links
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I am updating this blog for my study links and notes

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