Hi can someone tell what are the kind of questions that can be expected on SOAP, WSDL,UDDI. Is awareness about these topics enough or do we need to go to the code level to prepare for these?
Joined: Jan 08, 2001
Just some little overview knowledge is required. I've passed the exam in march. Concenentrate on XML-Schemas and XSLT. Read this very good article about xml-cert: http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/xml/library/x-xmlcert/ Maybe another one might post some link to a good 20 pages overview article. You won't need more. good luck. Axel
Joined: May 06, 2003
I think u need to know the very basics. the parts the soap message contains (header/ body) and that the header is optional. Bare minimal basics of why UDDL and WSDL are used.
Karthik Jayaraman.<br />IBM Certified Developer - XML and Related Technologies.<br />Sun Certified Developer for java WebServices.<br />Sun Certified Java Programmer.
Joined: Mar 15, 2003
To avoid any surprise at the exam, I recommend that you learn the following: 1. The structure of SOAP messages (the elements defined by SOAP and their logical order). 2. The structure of WSDL definitions and how WSDL uses XML Schemas as its type system. 3. Basic UDDI entity types and their relationships (examples of this include tModel and bindingTemplate) 4. The relationship between XML Schemas, SOAP, UDDI, and WSDL. For example how WSDL and UDDI complement each other. ----- Joel Amoussou IBM XML Certification Practice Test http://www.xmlmentor.net/xmlexamsim.htm