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Fernando Franzini
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Hi Ranchers

I've seen that Mikalai Ivan A Krizsan study Notes is too long !! all this is necessary even ?
Somenone here used Mikalai Zaikin study Notes ? This seems far more summarized. Anny problems with this notes ? Mikalai Zaikin Link
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Dan Drillich
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Fernando, the guide contains many code samples that make it a bit large. It's up to you to go through them or not.

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Hi!
Fernando Franzini wrote:I've seen that Mikalai Ivan A Krizsan study Notes is too long !! all this is necessary even ?

This depends on your motivation for taking the certification.
Some people just want to certification diploma - in this case my study notes are indeed too long.
Others want to gain solid knowledge regarding the subjects covered by the certification - in this case I would say that my study notes are too short.
Best wishes!
 
Dan Drillich
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Ivan Krizsan wrote:
... in this case I would say that my study notes are too short.


It's a matter of perspective

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Dan
 
Mikalai Zaikin
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Ivan Krizsan wrote:Hi!
Fernando Franzini wrote:I've seen that Mikalai Ivan A Krizsan study Notes is too long !! all this is necessary even ?

This depends on your motivation for taking the certification.
Some people just want to certification diploma - in this case my study notes are indeed too long.
Others want to gain solid knowledge regarding the subjects covered by the certification - in this case I would say that my study notes are too short.
Best wishes!


Well said !
 
Fernando Franzini
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Hi Mikalai

I'm studing with your notes and I realize that is miss some topics.
I would like to ask if I could pass using your notes even with the lack of these topics ?
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Fernando Franzini wrote:Hi Mikalai

I'm studing with your notes and I realize that is miss some topics.
I would like to ask if I could pass using your notes even with the lack of these topics ?
Regards


Short answer: It depends

Long answer: Please, don't use my notes as a single study source. People get used to read one book fo SCJP or SCWCD and go to take exam. This is not the case with SCDJWS. You should refer also other notes/books for missing objectives. There is a list in SCDJWS links page: http://faq.javaranch.com/java/ScdjwsLinks
For example, most of Web Services Architecture-related topics are covered in Web Services Blueprints from Sum Microsystems (available in PDF for free).

Good luck,
MZ
 
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It depends ??? lolllll
If I told you that I'm just wanna take the certification and not get deeepppp knowledge ! Not now.
Could I use your notes ?
And thanks for the tips
 
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Fernando Franzini wrote:It depends ??? lolllll
If I told you that I'm just wanna take the certification and not get deeepppp knowledge ! Not now.
Could I use your notes ?
And thanks for the tips


If you don't have deep knowledge, you should probably start with Richard Monson-Haefel's "J2EE WebServices" book, not with any notes.
 
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I already read:
- J2EE Web Services: XML SOAP WSDL UDDI WS-I JAX-RPC JAXR SAAJ JAXP – Richard Monson-Haefel – Pearson.
- Designing Web Services with the J2EE 1.4 Platform - Addison-Wesley.
- Java Web Services Up and Running – Martin Kalin - O’REILLY.
- Java SOA Cookbook – Eben Hewitt - O’REILLY
Now, I'm read and memorizing your notes.
Regards
 
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