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About Web Services Certification 6

 
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Hi All,
I am planning for OCPJWSD 6 by Jan end and studying the below books:
J2ee Web Services by Richard Monson (Finished the book. It is superb reference)
Apache Axis2 Web Services by Deepal Jayasinghe (Finished the book. Not good)
Developing Web Services with Apache CXF and Axis2, 3rd Edition (Mostly practicals. have almost finished this)

When I saw the OCPJWSD 6 objectives, most of the topics are still unfamiliar like security/REST/EJB Endpoints/WS* specifications etc. that above material covered very limited! Now I am confused if I am on the right track.
On coderanch certification faq page also, there is only one book(Oreilly Java Web services up and running) is mentioned apart Mikalai Zaikin guide (it is also not complete)! Do I need to study Metro instead of Axis2? Do I need Netbeans/Glassfish knowledge for certification? etc.
Please guide which material I should go through so that I can crack it as soon as possible.

Sorry to fire a lot of queries but I am really curious about this certification. Please guide in detail.

Thanks a lot.
 
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shai ban wrote:Hi All,
I am planning for OCPJWSD 6 by Jan end and studying the below books:
J2ee Web Services by Richard Monson (Finished the book. It is superb reference)
Apache Axis2 Web Services by Deepal Jayasinghe (Finished the book. Not good)
Developing Web Services with Apache CXF and Axis2, 3rd Edition (Mostly practicals. have almost finished this)

When I saw the OCPJWSD 6 objectives, most of the topics are still unfamiliar like security/REST/EJB Endpoints/WS* specifications etc. that above material covered very limited! Now I am confused if I am on the right track.
On coderanch certification faq page also, there is only one book(Oreilly Java Web services up and running) is mentioned apart Mikalai Zaikin guide (it is also not complete)! Do I need to study Metro instead of Axis2? Do I need Netbeans/Glassfish knowledge for certification? etc.
Please guide which material I should go through so that I can crack it as soon as possible.

Sorry to fire a lot of queries but I am really curious about this certification. Please guide in detail.

Thanks a lot.



Did I ask too tough question!!!
 
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Hello Shai,

Please, refer this link. It will answer some of your questions.

For the rest of the questions, please, use Search facility on this forum.

Best regards,
MZ
 
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Mikalai Zaikin wrote:Hello Shai,

Please, refer this link. It will answer some of your questions.

For the rest of the questions, please, use Search facility on this forum.

Best regards,
MZ



I already have seen FAQ link and enough information is given there except one book/your notes and one quiz!!!
Don't I really need anything else except this?

Thanks.
 
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