Steven Taylor wrote:I am able to generate the code using the below command
wsimport -d c:\ws http://ecs.amazonaws.com/AWSECommerceService/AWSECommerceService.wsdl
Rajeev Rnair wrote:I have appeared OCEJWSD6 exam today and passed with 98% . I have started preparing last year and then couldn't continue because of project dead lines.
Started preparing again for past 2-3 months (with a full time job and family !)
Used the following books:
1. J2EE Web services - Richard, Monson - Haefel (for XML, XSD, SOAP, WSDL etc)
2. Java web services up and running - Martin Kalin (JAX-WS, SOAP)
3. REST ful Java Web services - Jose Sandoval (JAX-RS, REST, Jersey etc)
4. Ivan Kristan notes (SCJWSD5) (covered everything except for UDDI and JAXR)
5. Mikalai Zaikin notes (both SCJWSD5 and OCEJWSD6) (covered everything except for UDDI and JAXR)
6. Oracle J2EE 6 documentation
7. WS-I Basic Profile documentation
8. Refreshed my notes on Servlets, EJB 3.1 etc
Himai Minh wrote:The references I listed in the previous posts are the major references.
Sometimes, I need to google for more information.
Also, I heard EPractice Lab in the previous version gave reader some wrong answers. But the latest version is better as I was told. I will buy one later.
Himai Minh wrote:I am in the same situation as you....struggling for the exam with no official study guide.
I listed a list of books as references because I read the posts. Everyone says RMH's book, Java Web Services Up and Running , MZ and Ivan's notes are helpful.
I am trying to read these books and skip the chapters that are not needed for the exam.
Sujeeth Pakala wrote:Hello Pankaj,
I am currently reading the book : Java Web Services Up and Running.
It gives you detailed knowledge on JAX-WS (SOAP Based Webservices) and JAX-RS (RESTful web services). Definitely this book is not enough, but gives you insight in JAX-WS and JAX-RS.
This book lacks detailed explaination on following sections :
1. JAX-WS clients.
2. Servlet and EJB based SOAP web services.
3. WS-Security (SSL, Message level security)
Though the book has high level overview on few of above sections.
I am preparing for Web services certification as well. I will keep posted my experience here.
Himai Minh wrote:As suggested by a rancher,
these are the chapters in RMH's book to prepare for exam ( version 6):
Chapter 13- 14
Go to www.examclouds.com as suggested by this exam's FAQ link.
There is a free mock exam based on Martin Kalin and RMH's books.