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Any suggestion guys?? I bought one book and it says XML related technologies and programming with java and this one is from IBM - Prentice Hall of India. I want to know if I should follow a specific book for this and also from where can I get the certification objectives, purchase of the voucher for the exam and other details?? If any of you people have online study material that is freely available kindly share that with me at my email address.
Disclaimer: I am preparing for this test; I tried the IBM sample tests ($10)
Based on the above: Professional XML (2nd edition) is the best choice.
You could augment this with online resources listed on the IBM certification page. Although "XML in a Nutshell" is recommended on the Certification page and I found the book very readable, I couldnt answer the sample questions based on that.
[ April 24, 2007: Message edited by: Shapra Benglur ] [ April 24, 2007: Message edited by: Shapra Benglur ]
Yes, XML Bible 1.1 is for beginners and contains fairly detailed examples but no sufficient by itself to help you clear Test 142, You will definitely need to use professional XMl or XML in a nutshell in conjunction to be fully prepared.