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Passed 1Z0-897 - Java EE 6 Web Services Developer Certified Expert Exam 98%

 
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Hi All,

On 01-MAR-2013 I have passed exam Java EE 6 Web Services Developer Certified Expert Exam with score 98%, All the material that I have learned to pass this exam was from SCDJWS Links information and attended oracle course or An Oracle University Training Class, Developing Web Services Using Java Technology, Java EE 6 on April 16-20, 2012. Yes it was long journey to learn and take this exam from the training that I have taken , it was because a lot a project in my company and little time to review and practice.

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Firmansyah

 
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Congratulations, Firmansyah !
 
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Congratulations!!!
 
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Hi Firmansyah.
Congrats.
In terms of the exam ,are there any chapters or session I can skip from the Java Web Service Up and Running ?
Any Restlet Framework in the exam?
Is Java Web Service Up and Running really helpful for the exam?
 
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Congrats Firmansyah on a wonderful score!!!

QQ: did you take any MOCK exam(s)? If yes, which one. Will really appreciate your response.


Thanks in advance

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Hi Noni, I didn't take any Mock Exam, just follow the material from Mikalai Zaikin and javapassion.com Web Service, so once again thank to Mr Mikalai and Sang Shin for great learning, the only mock exam that I used was from my training from Oracle, but I suggest just focus on exam material one by one search on google for additional resources.

Hi Himai, Restful framework was in the exam, for web service up and running please more detail about it?

Thanks

Firmansyah

 
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Firmansyah Tjarmadi wrote:Hi Noni, I didn't take any Mock Exam, just follow the material from Mikalai Zaikin and javapassion.com Web Service, so once again thank to Mr Mikalai and Sang Shin for great learning, the only mock exam that I used was from my training from Oracle, but I suggest just focus on exam material one by one search on google for additional resources.




Thank you, glad to know my WSD Guide helped.

Best regards,
MZ
 
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Firmansyah Tjarmadi wrote:
Hi Himai, Restful framework was in the exam, for web service up and running please more detail about it?

Thanks

Firmansyah


Hi Firmansyah,

In the exam objective, Restful framework is on the exam. But I am not sure about "Restlet" framework. Have you seen any Restlet framework being asked?
In Java Web Service Up and Running, chapter 4, there is a session about Restlet framework. I am not sure if I should spend more time to study on it.
Also, are there any chapters in Java Web Service Up and Running that I can ignore in order to prepare for the exam?
 
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Hi Himai, No restlet framework being asked on my exam.

Thanks
Firmansyah
 
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Congratulations !
 
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Congratulations
Are there any questions about XML, XML Schema, etc?
I saw that XML-related topics are no longer included in the exam objectives.
 
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