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Thank you all for providing many useful information. That's very very useful. Here's my thought for preparation of this exam.
I would like to recommend go to "IBM XML certification success" first, which will bring you a general idea of what's the main focus of the exam
Some other useful materials like: 1.Professional XML 2nd - This is a big book of XML. It's very helpful to go through the main chapters. 2.Orielly's XSLT - The bible of XSLT. It's enough for all XSLT questions.
For mock exams, you may go to the link on the top of this forum. But I should admit that most questions are new to me, but the main focus is the same, like Schema/DTD/DOM/XSLT, DOM vs SAX, DTD vs Schema....
I haven't read other material for preparation because the exam is a rush to me. I'm not sure whether 142 will keep in the same way, if you have time, to get some real experience of developing in XML/XSLT/SAX/DOM would be the most useful way to prepare in.
The question numbers of each part as below:
Section # Questions # Correct 1. Architecture 10 10 2. Information Modeling 15 13 3. XML Processing 18 15 4. XML Rendering 6 3 5. Testing and Tuning 6 4 [ July 07, 2006: Message edited by: Chaobai Huang ]