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Specs for JWS 1.5

 
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Can you please provide link for JWS 1.5 spec.

Thanks.
 
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Hi!
Java web services, which I assume is what you are asking about, comprises many specifications.
I recommend getting clear on at least the names of the specifications and then using some search engine.
Example: Search for the two phrases: jax-ws specification
You will be amazed by the plethora of information available on the internet!
The ability to search and find information is a very useful ability, not only when preparing a certification, but in RealLife(tm) too!
Best wishes!
 
Deepika Joshi
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Thanks for replying.

First of all I would try to clear my understanding.
When I wanted to have EJB specification, I got Sun site link while searching & I downloaded those specifications.

Same way I tried to get specification for Java Web Service (JWS) 1.5 version (or JEE 5 version),
I was not able to find it on Sun site & using search engine (Search for - Java Web Service Specification).

So I posted this to the forum.

Java web services, which I assume is what you are asking about, comprises many specifications. Example: Search for the two phrases: jax-ws specification.


Thanks for suggestion.
 
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If you are preparing for the certification, then take a look at
http://www.sun.com/training/catalog/courses/CX-310-230.xml
or
http://www.sun.com/training/catalog/courses/CX-310-220.xml
depending on which version you are preparing for.
In the Exam Objectives section you will be able to see the different subjects the certification comprises and the standards involved.
Best wishes!
 
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JAX-WS is part of JEE 5; if you have that spec, what else are you looking for? But regardless, whatever you need can probably be found linked from the JAX-WS home page (which is somewhere on dev.java.net).
 
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SCDJWS 5 is a monster certification, JAX-WS is only a part, we need to study a lot more for this certification.
Some of related specifications are WS-I Basic Profile 1.1, WSDL, SOAP, JAX-WS, JAXB, StAX, JAXR, UDDI, SAAJ, WS-Security.

I don't think you should read all of the related specifications entirely.
 
Deepika Joshi
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Thanks a lot for replying to my query.

I have decided not to look into spec in the beginning, first I would prefer to read all mentioned topics in book (easy way).
Then will decide how to move ahead for cert JWS 1.5.
 
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