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I want to know about Web Services certification. I need help from you guys on reading material.

I have previous knoledge of AXIS1.1 Framework , WSDL, and SOAP messages.

Can some body help me what should be the reading material, books etc.

And which sequence it will be good?

I set target of 3-4 weeks .
 
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Welcome to java ranch !!!
Please read https://coderanch.com/how-to/java/ScdjwsLinks. It may answer some of your queries.
There is no single guide to learn and prepare Web service certification.
Attempting Enthuware's WS cert prep questions is advisable.
 
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Welcome to the Ranch!

Please check this thread.

I set target of 3-4 weeks .


Be careful: this is a difficult exam, so even if you have (a lot of) experience with Web Services this doesn't sound like a realistic target. It involves a lot of studying of all the materials I summed up in that thread and still you can't really get all the theory needed for the Best Practices topic out of there.
 
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Frits Walraven wrote:Welcome to the Ranch!

Please check this thread.

I set target of 3-4 weeks .


Be careful: this is a difficult exam, so even if you have (a lot of) experience with Web Services this doesn't sound like a realistic target. It involves a lot of studying of all the materials I summed up in that thread and still you can't really get all the theory needed for the Best Practices topic out of there.



Thanks to share this information.
 
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Hi Guys,

Which version of "Java Web Services: Up and Running" ?
 
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The first edition is good enough. You only need to pay attention to parts of chapter 1 -6(important topics : message handler, MTOM, WS-Addressing, WSDL, SOAP, WebServiceProvider, mutual / basic authentication) .
Skip the topics like Restlet framework, WADLing, Amazon/Yahoo web services examples, @Entity example.

 
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Thanks Himai noted.
 
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HI,

As I am going to purchase a new book .

Can any body know difference in "Java Web Services: Up and Running" First and Second version?

 
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There is not much big difference between the 1st and 2nd edition. The 2nd edition covers more on REST.
But someone wrote that 1st edition is more related to the exam.
 
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