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Core Java 6 or 7 should be used to prepare for OCPJWSD 6?

 
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I am reading the first chapter of Java Web Services Up and Running. It uses Core Java 6 (javax.jws package) to demo the examples.
To prepare for this exam, should we stick with Core Java 6 standard or Core Java 7 standard? Or, it does not matter?
 
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Himai Minh wrote:I am reading the first chapter of Java Web Services Up and Running. It uses Core Java 6 (javax.jws package) to demo the examples.
To prepare for this exam, should we stick with Core Java 6 standard or Core Java 7 standard? Or, it does not matter?



If you mean "Java SE" under "Core Java", then you should use Java SE 6 for WSD 6 exam.

Please, refer Java EE 6 specification for details.

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