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Abhay Agarwal
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Hi

I am currently learning REST API from java web service certification perspective.
I would like to limit my study to the scope of Java certification.

Is REST Core API (implemented in form of Jersey) is sufficient for the exam ?
Is RestEasy framework (or any other framework) is in scope of exam?
What are the different type of Rest API is in scope of exam?

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Hi Abhay,

Best wishes for 2014!

Abhay Agarwal wrote:
Is REST Core API (implemented in form of Jersey) is sufficient for the exam ?

The Server API is defined in JAX-RS v1.1 spec. (and read the Jersey User Guide v1.17, chapter 1-5)

A Client API is not defined in the JAX-RS v1.1 specs. However you are supposed to know and study the following clients:
1) URLConnection Client (source: API)
2) HttpURLConnection Client (source: API)
3) Jersey Client (Jersey User Guide v1.17, chapter 1-5 should be sufficient)

Abhay Agarwal wrote:
Is RestEasy framework (or any other framework) is in scope of exam?

RestEasy is not in scope

Abhay Agarwal wrote:
What are the different type of Rest API is in scope of exam?

See my first answer.

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Frits
 
Abhay Agarwal
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Hi Frits

Happy New Year Hope you and me continue to posting Java web services queries and replies on Code ranch in 2014 and many more years to come.

Thanks for your reply. I shall follow the same. Want to know which version is best to read for cert exam - Jersey 2.5 guide OR Jersey 1.7 guide?

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Abhay Agarwal wrote:Hi Frits
Happy New Year

Thanks!

Abhay Agarwal wrote:Hi Frits
Thanks for your reply. I shall follow the same. Want to know which version is best to read for cert exam - Jersey 2.5 guide OR Jersey 1.7 guide?

Jersey 1.7 is the one to go for as it is based on JAX-RS v1.1 (which is the basis for the WSD-6 exam). Jersey 2.5 is based on JAX-RS v2.0 (and has many more features not needed for the exam)

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Hi Frits

Thanks for the reply. I shall read jJersey 1.17 user guide.

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