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Need suggestion for taking SCDJWS

 
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Hi


I learned more from SCJP and SCWCD ques in this forum posted by friends.

I've little experience on webservices. I want to take SCDJWS.

Please suggest me that which Book(s) I've to follow & any links useful for this.

Thank You
SvKrishnaReddy
 
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Sathi Krishna wrote:Hi

Please suggest me that which Book(s) I've to follow & any links useful for this.

Thank You
SvKrishnaReddy



Hello !

You can start from the following link: http://faq.javaranch.com/java/ScdjwsLinks

Best regards,
MZ
 
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Hi!
Some book recommendations:
J2EE Web Services by Richard Monson-Haefel - it is slightly old, but a good place to start and most parts of it are still useful for those aspiring for SCDJWS 5.
Java Web Services Up and Running - One of the few newer books on Java SOAP web services.
RESTful Java Web Services

I recommend starting with learning XML. PLay around with it until you have a firm grasp of the different concepts. After that, SOAP and WSDL will be easier.
Best wishes!
 
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Hello Sathi

I'm studing for WS certification too and maybe my "study guide plan" could help you:

1. Read J2EE™ Web Services By Richard Monson-Haefel book.
2. Read Java Web Services: Up and Running book.
3. Well read Mikalai Zaikin guide pdf.
4. Take Mikalai Zaikin Mocks.
5. Take SUN mocks.

I've been read a lot of post here in forun, and I realised that many people passed with less effort ! So I believed that is enough !!
Regards
 
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