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passed 310-230 !

 
Goran Markovic
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Hi guys, just to share with you my happiness
However, the exam was pretty much harder than I have expected. The PASSING score is :[em] [b]42 %[b][/em], just for information
However, I cannot believe that I mistake at 19 question. I am aware of let say 10 at most, where I wasn't sure, but 19 ?!?!
But doesn't matter. The next areas was in great preponderance :

WS-Security
XML
WSDL
JAXR/UDDI

A bunch of question of developing web services and design architecture (at least 15-20).
There was about 3-4 interoperability question about WSIT/WCF (Java - .NET), where, to be honest, I have NO clue!
However if you know the principe of JAX-WS, and the J2EE technologies like (XML Schema, JAXB, JAXP), you gonna succeed !
Greetings peoples!
 
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Congrats Slobodan . You're fast.

How long did you prepare for this exam? And what resources did you use?
Should we have hands-on experience in every topic? Objectives of SCDJWS 5 are quite a lot.
 
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Congratulations !!!
 
Remko Strating
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Congrats .....

 
Goran Markovic
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Exam preparation take 28 days (I have started from 0 knowledge of JAX-WS). The mostly covered topics used on the exam, I have mentioned, and the literature I have used is:
1) Java.Web.Services.Up.and.Running
2)Mikalai Zaikin study notes
3)Ivan A Krizsan study notes

and bunch of other chapters from various books, and articles based on some area I have not understood enough during learning path.
 
Ankur Chakraborty
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Congrats Slobodan.

I am also preparing for this exam.

I practically have null knowledge in web services.

I have started getting acquainted with the standards like SOAP, REST etc. from the w3school.

I have also had a look at the book Java Web Services: Up and Running at Amazon.

My question is whether I should read this book? To me it seems to cover some part of the
objectives for this SCDJWS 5 exam.

Please suggest.

Thanks and Regards,
Ankur
 
Goran Markovic
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Hi Ankur.
Java Web Services: Up and Running will provide you practical usage of web services, and give you overall overview of web services. it touches all area (most of it) and aspects of JAX-WS, and provide to you good understanding of it. However, examination of mentioned study notes, are mandatory, because they provide you with explanation of the specifications presents on exam. Always, you can refer to some article on the web, related to some particular topic, or engage the very specification you are interesting in. I believe that will be enough, if you go through it very thoroughly, preferred with an exercise.
Best wishes
 
Hong Anderson
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Thanks for feedback, Slobodan.
 
Ankur Chakraborty
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Hello Slobodan,
Thanks for your feedback. These will really help me.
Thanks again and congrats to you .
Ankur
 
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Hi Slobodan Erakovic
Thanks for your tips and congratulations on clearing scdjws 5.
how did you test your theoritical knowledge? is webservices up and running good for practicing examples? I am using RMH. though it has examples i am finding it difficult to try them out.
did you use any simulator? if so which one and how useful was it?
 
Suranga Nath Kasthurirathne
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Congradulations !! you are quite fast...
 
Asit Baran
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Congrats man
 
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