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Hi can anybody tell me whether the Head first book for the exam SCDJWS is available. If yes please let me know the complete name of the book.

I appreciate if anybody could suggest me a brain friendly guide explainig from scratch Webservices also useful for SCDJWS.
 
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ruquia tabassum wrote:Hi can anybody tell me whether the Head first book for the exam SCDJWS is available. If yes please let me know the complete name of the book.

I appreciate if anybody could suggest me a brain friendly guide explainig from scratch Webservices also useful for SCDJWS.



Hello !

There is no HF SCDJWS book available.

Most people use "J2EE WebServices" by Richard Monson-Haefel as introduction to web services (it's published about 6 years ago, but still good for big part of the exam).

Best regards,
MZ
 
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You might find something useful in the SCDJWS links.
 
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Thanks for replying..

I have no idea of struts/Hibernate/SPring/EJB i just know Servlets anf JSP .. is that sufficient and can i start learning webservices?
 
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Hi!
Knowledge about Struts, Hibernate and Spring is not required when taking the SCDJWS exam.
Knowledge about EJBs is definitely helpful.
Best wishes!
 
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