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Passed: Java EE 6 Web Services Developer

 
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Hi all,

Today I passed the Java EE 6 Web Services Developer(1Z0-897) exam.
For me this forum helped a lot in the preparation for the exam.
Therefore, I decided to open a thread to share my knowlegde among other exam candidates.

First of all I want to mention that I passed the exam with 85% so my preparation was not perfect.

Because pf prior work experience I already had a lot of knowlegde about webservices.
In addition to this I studied about 5 days (4 รก 6 hours) for this exam.

I mainly used the Enthuware question bank developed by Frits Walraven.
This really helped me to get the details straight, because I already knew the global concepts.

My advice on how to prepare:

First read a lot about Web Services.(e.g. Web Services Up and Running).
Second develop a JAX-RS REST service with EJB as root source. + client(jersey).
Third develop a very extensive JAX-WS SOAP web service with all the tools possible(i.e. adressing, handlers etc.) + clients(proxy + dispatch).
Fourth practice the Enthuware question bank for 4-5 days straight to get all the details you need to know.

Finally, I want to use this opportunity to thank Frits for his effort on creating the Enthuware question bank. These questions were very useful for me.

Bedankt Frits !

Kind Regards,

Daan Willemsen



 
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Congratulations Daan

Well done! This is a tough one.

Good to hear that you liked my question bank.
 
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Congratulation to Daan.
Maybe, it is too late for Daan.
For everyone's reference , Ivan's notes are very helpful for this exam :
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-0LAG21gaGDRVBQMFF3VDRVdk0/edit?pli=1



 
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