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!
posted 11 years ago
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.
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).
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.
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posted 11 years ago
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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