Rashmi Verma

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Recent posts by Rashmi Verma

Thanks for your reply.

Actually the requirement is to have a single wsdl for all the interfaces. As of now I have to generate wsdl for each interface...leading to 'n' number of sevices for 'n' interfaces .
Is there any way to achive this through axis
17 years ago
Hi All,

I am trying to build a webservice which have multiple portstypes. As per my unserstanding a portType represents an interface. I have 3 service interfaces and I want only one wsdl. Is there any way to achive this through axis .

Regards,
Rashmi
[ September 20, 2006: Message edited by: Rashmi Verma ]
17 years ago

Can you tell me if it's neccesary to know all the different elements ,attributes ,(their default values) etc.in a xml schema



Well it is quite important as I got some questions related to the allowed values and default values. Go through them, definetly all of them are not important but can got for the basic ones

Regards,
Rashmi
17 years ago

Do i need to go through blue prints?


Read chapter 5 of blue prints ...it would be helpful.

Regards,
Rashmi

J2EE Web Services (Paperback)
by Richard Monson-Haefel
published by Addison Wesley



Yes this is the book I have refered . The certification book you have specified is probably not in print (as far as I know )

Is it really necessary to go through the XML Schema spec and Basic Profile Spec



well it is really not necessary but I would suggest to just go thru Basic Profile coz you would get an idea that why those constarints are there. Knowing the constraints is important ...but more important is to know that why they are there.

For XML schema I would suggest got thru the table which specifies the possible combinations of default,fixed...and other attributes

Regards,
Rashmi
17 years ago
Hi All,

Cleared SCDJWS exam yesterday with 81% . To start with sharing my experiences.....I had never worked on web services and when I started I didnt had any idea about Web services.
This forum hepled me a lot in preparing for the exam ...really its a great place to get the guidence.

The study material I used
1. RMH book (indeed its a book worth reading ..quite detailed and comprehensive). I read most of the parts of the book 3-4 times but skipped most parts of JAXR.

2. MZ notes . I studied it many times really its a great effort by MZ to put the neccesary things together.

3. MZ quiz . Well this was the best part that I got some questions in exam which resembled to the questions there in quiz. This helped me a lot in preparing ...I would suggest to go thru all the questions there and the explanations also.


4. Whizlabs Simulator . Well this is nice for practising ....but really think twice before buying it ...it crashed on my pc 2 times and the last time when it carshed the whizlabs web site was not up so I cudnt get the licence file to re-activate and the height of irresponsiblilty from their part was that the support ppl replied me after 4 days ...n that was of no use as I has downloaded it after 2 days when the site was up

5. Taken up XyzWs mock exam ....its really nice and got some quick points to revise...the best part of it is that its free.

6. Other stuff included web services blue prints, J2EE design patterns, XML namespace specifications, Basic Profile specifications(do read it ..its worth reading)

The exam had certain questions which I was totally unfamiliar ...so i just used some "software sense" they were probably from some specification .....but was not able to figure out that from which one they were.

In all the exam is all about knowing the concepts well and understanding what web services are . The API part was not that much difficult and the questions were trivial.

Regards,
Rashmi

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17 years ago
Thanks Wise ..definetly I missed out this

Regards,
Rashmi
Hi,

For the Question Id - 2041

II.
<x xmlns:n1="http://www.w3.org"
xmlns="http://www.w3.org" >
<productId a="1" b="2">1234<productId/>
<productId a="1" n1:a="2">5678<productId/>
</x>

In my opinion the XML is illegal as the default namespace is same as that for prefix n1 so in

<productId a="1" n1:a="2">5678<productId/>

the atriribute 'a' belongs to same namespace and hence this XML snippet is illegal

The answer to the question states that this snippet is leagal

Please correct me if I am missing something

Regards,
Rashmi
Which one was no 10 ..I cant rememnber ...give some hint so that I could post some clue abt it

Regards,
Rashmi
17 years ago
Well there are 30 levels ....but 29th is not there..I suppose that a part of teh puzzle that after 28th it take you to 30th level

I suppose I wont be able to attache any image with this post ...but really it was mind blowing...I cudnt stop myself for solving the whole puzzle


[ July 15, 2006: Message edited by: Rashmi Verma ]
17 years ago
Completed all levels !!! really its damm good
17 years ago
Hi,

I am using JNDI to bind Remote objects , the protocol used is IIOP. When I use the following code


I get the following error printed on console after nm.nextElement() if binded object is not available.
Hi Sonu,

Well I had gone thru some on diagnostic test in whizlabs simulator , the JAXR question were at a bit complicated to me at first, as I have no experience as such in web services but that are not that deep covered as in RMH..there are whole 3 chapters in RHM but I suppose that much is not required....but not sure as I have not written the exam yet.

Regards,