The references :
Ivan's notes at : http://www.slideshare.net/krizsan/scdjws-5-study-notes-3085287
RMH' J2EE Web services (skip UDDI, JAX-RPC)
Java Web Services Up and Running
http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/jax-rs.html (Chapter 1-5)
MZ's study notes at http://java.boot.by/ocewsd6-guide/index.html or some other guide?
yogesh.lr kumar wrote:Hello Everyone, i have comepleted SCJP and SCWCD certifications and looking to take up Web services developer exam, can someone please guide me if i need to take up the one bsaed on EE5 or EE6, also plese let me know of any good books/reference guides for the same.
Better you try Java EE version 6. See the following url it tells you the preparation tips
Himai Minh wrote:The references I listed in the previous posts are the major references.
Sometimes, I need to google for more information.
Also, I heard EPractice Lab in the previous version gave reader some wrong answers. But the latest version is better as I was told. I will buy one later.
Can you please tell what are the chapters we need to study from Web Services up and running, also what is the server setup we need to have on our machine for working on these examples.
I am not sure if I should skip The Restlet Framework. The exam objective does not say anything about Restlet.
I gave up the sessions about Java Client Against Real world Restful service because the sample code does not work anymore. This book was published in 2009. Things change.
All you need so far is Eclipse/NetBean or any IDE, JDK 1.6 version. Maybe google tcpmon. It is an online tool for you to capture the SOAP request/response.
Or try this https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B0jSBr_NvThZNVNMYTBWR3BTRzA/edit?pli=1
It is a soap handler for chapter 3.
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