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Is RMH book enough for EE 5 API?

 
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I have read all the previous posts on books to follow for SCDJWS 5 but am still confused.
Most of them have suggested RMH book but it deals with J2EE 1.4 API.
The web service standard covered in RMH are
• XML 1.0
SOAP 1.1
• SOAP Messages with Attachments
• WSDL 1.1
• UDDI 2.0
WS-I Basic Profile 1.0
• JAX-RPC 1.1
• SAAJ 1.2
• JAXR 1.0
• JAXP 1.2

But SCDJWS deals with SOAP 1.2 and WS-I Basic Profile 1.1. Not sure of version for others.

Is it enough to follow RMH book or is there any book on EE 5?

Please help me on this
 
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I'm not sure about other books. But SCDJWS 5 replaces JAX-RPC with JAX-WS, so no need to study JAX-RPC in RMH book.
 
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Thanks Kengkaj. Do you have any idea of SOAP versions. Is it ok if I study SOAP 1.1 covered in RMH and then read the difference between SOAP 1.1 and 1.2?
Also the XML schema version in RMH is 1.0 whereas in SCDJWS is 2.0.
 
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