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Is JNDI and JMS knowledge required for certification?

 
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I am trying to grasp this web service thing and nothing better than with Web Services certification.

Upon reading "Java web services up and running", there are sections that mention JNDI and JMS. Having a background knowledge of this is sctrictly required?

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I did not get any question regarding to JNDI or JMS for this exam.
But I am not sure if that is not in the exam objective.
 
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