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francesco Ierna wrote:
I have a question.
Is enough for passing the exam?
I cannot promise such a thing, sorry. The more you read, the better you will be prepared for the exam.
This certification not seems very hard. I studied for the SCBCD. It was very hard and long!
My personal opinion is that SCDJWS (as it used to be called) is the most difficult certification among the Java certifications. The range of knowledge spanned is very vast and I consulted a large number of different documents when preparing for the exam. SCBCD is much more simple, I think, since almost everything is in one single place, namely the EJB specification documents.
I'm reading this book
"J2EE Web Services XML SOAP WSDL UDDI WS-I JAX-RPC JAXR SAAJ JAXP"
I found it very clear and useful....but i'm still at the beginning....Anyway, I like how it explains the topics. Simple and clear.
As you said every intermediate node will will know it's role and will check the header role, if it belongs to that role that particular header will be processed & if role "next" then every node has to process the header.
My Question is, as SOAP is inside the HTTP body all intermediate nodes unwrap the http contents & see the SOAP details? i mean according to routing protocols all intermediate nodes simply route the IP packets right? i.e how the intermediate system will come to know that HTTP message contains SOAP body or not?
Ganesh Kandisa wrote: i.e how the intermediate system will come to know that HTTP message contains SOAP body or not?
As you suspect, a node must examine the contents of a HTTP POST request (provided HTTP transport is used) in order to be able to determine whether it contains a SOAP message or not.
Usually a web service assumes that all messages are indeed SOAP messages. When processing any non-SOAP messages, errors will occur.
Intermediary nodes that are aware of SOAP headers routes SOAP messages, not IP packets.
David Balažic wrote:
Ivan, did you update your slides since December 18, 2010?
The latest version of my book is always available at http://www.slideshare.net/krizsan/scdjws-5-study-notes-3085287
It does seem like the latest update were made on December 18, 2010, as you say.
Are the study notes at : http://www.slideshare.net/krizsan/scdjws-5-study-notes-3085287 valid for 1ZO - 897 examination?
Any update of notes specific to 1ZO - 897 exam?