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Evelyn Cartagena-Meyer
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WS-I Basic Profile
Web Services Interoperability Organization:
Basic Profile 1.0a, Final Specification, August 8, 2003.
XML
World Wide Web Consortium:
Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 (Second Edition), W3C Recommendation, October 6, 2000.
Namespaces in XML, W3C Recommendation, 1999.
XML Schema Part 0: Primer, W3C Recommendation, May 2, 2001.
XML Schema Part 1: Structures, W3C Recommendation, May 2, 2001.
XML Schema Part 2: Datatypes, W3C Recommendation, May 2, 2001.
XPointer xpointer() Scheme, Working Draft, December 19, 2002.
SOAP
World Wide Web Consortium:
Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) 1.1, W3C Note, May 8, 2000.
SOAP Messages with Attachments, W3C Note, December 11, 2000.
SOAP Security Extensions: Digital Signature, W3C Note, February 2001.
WSDL
World Wide Web Consortium:
Web Services Description Language (WSDL) 1.1, W3C Note, March 15, 2001.
UDDI
Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards:
Providing a Taxonomy for Use in UDDI version 2, 2002.
UDDI Version 2.04 API Specification, 2002.
UDDI Core tModels: Taxonomy and Identifier Systems, 2001.
J2EE
Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition, version 1.4, Final Release, November 23, 2003.
Java Servlet, version 2.4, Final Release, November 24, 2003.
Enterprise JavaBeans, version 2.1, Final Release, November 24, 2003.
Implementing Enterprise Web Services, version 1.1, Maintenance Final Release, January 23, 2004.
Java Web Services
Java API for XML-Based RPC, version 1.1, Final Release 2, Octover 28, 2003.
Java API for XML Processing, version 1.2, Final Release 2, September 10, 2002.
Java API for XML Registries, version 1.0, June 11, 2002.
SOAP with Attachments API for Java, version 1.2, Final Release 2, October 21, 2003.
Java Architecture for XML Binding, Version 1.0, March 4, 2003.
Recommended:
Book:J2EE Web Services by Richard Monson-Haefel
Addison-Wesley
ISBN 0-321-14618-2
Bookesigning Web Services with the J2EE(TM) 1.4 Platform by Inderjeet Singh, et. al.
Addison-Wesley
ISBN 0-321-20521-9


Evelyn Cartagena-Meyer
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Ken Ho
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Many thanks!!!
Need to get a copy of "Designing Web Services with the J2EE(TM) 1.4 Platform". :roll:


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v giri
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Designing Web Services with the J2EE(TM) 1.4 Platform is unlikely to be available for beta exam. Expected release date is 6/04
Best wishes


-giri
Ken Ho
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Originally posted by v giri:
Designing Web Services with the J2EE(TM) 1.4 Platform is unlikely to be available for beta exam. Expected release date is 6/04
Best wishes

Just checked from the Amazon, you are right.
Mikalai Zaikin
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Hello Evelyn.
The second book has not yet been released.
Are there other good books for newcoming test ?
Thank you.


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Matic Petek
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You can get the draft version of book "Designing Web Services with the J2EE 1.4 Platform" on the following address: http://java.sun.com/blueprints/guidelines/designing_webservices/


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Ken Ho
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Linked Version
WS-I Basic Profile
Web Services Interoperability Organization:
Basic Profile 1.0a, Final Specification, August 8, 2003.
XML
World Wide Web Consortium:
Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 (Second Edition), W3C Recommendation, October 6, 2000.
Namespaces in XML, W3C Recommendation, 1999.
XML Schema Part 0: Primer, W3C Recommendation, May 2, 2001.
XML Schema Part 1: Structures, W3C Recommendation, May 2, 2001.
XML Schema Part 2: Datatypes, W3C Recommendation, May 2, 2001.
XPointer xpointer() Scheme, Working Draft, December 19, 2002.
SOAP
World Wide Web Consortium:
Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) 1.1, W3C Note, May 8, 2000.
SOAP Messages with Attachments, W3C Note, December 11, 2000.
SOAP Security Extensions: Digital Signature, W3C Note, February 2001.
WSDL
World Wide Web Consortium:
Web Services Description Language (WSDL) 1.1, W3C Note, March 15, 2001.
UDDI
Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards:
Providing a Taxonomy for Use in UDDI version 2, 2002.
UDDI Version 2.04 API Specification, 2002.
UDDI Core tModels: Taxonomy and Identifier Systems, 2001.
J2EE
Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition, version 1.4, Final Release, November 23, 2003.
Java Servlet, version 2.4, Final Release, November 24, 2003.
Enterprise JavaBeans, version 2.1, Final Release, November 24, 2003.
Implementing Enterprise Web Services, version 1.1, Maintenance Final Release, January 23, 2004.
Java Web Services
Java API for XML-Based RPC, version 1.1, Final Release 2, Octover 28, 2003.
Java API for XML Processing, version 1.2, Final Release 2, September 10, 2002.
Java API for XML Registries, version 1.0, June 11, 2002.
SOAP with Attachments API for Java, version 1.2, Final Release 2, October 21, 2003.
Java Architecture for XML Binding, Version 1.0, March 4, 2003.
Correct me if the links are in wrong version.
[ April 14, 2004: Message edited by: Ken Ho ]
Satish Avadhanam
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Hi Matic,
Thanks very much for the link.
Originally posted by Matic Petek:
You can get the draft version of book "Designing Web Services with the J2EE 1.4 Platform" on the following address: http://java.sun.com/blueprints/guidelines/designing_webservices/
Satish Avadhanam
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Ken, you did a very great job by providing links.
Thanks a million!!
Pradeep bhatt
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Guys,
When are guys taking the exam?


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Richard Monson-Haefel
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Hi Everyone,
Sun's Java Web Services Certification exam (I can never remember the acronym) is pretty comprehensive. You must know the protocols (XML Schema 1.0, SOAP 1.1, WSDL 1.1, UDDI 2.0) and APIs (JAX-RPC, JAXP, JAXR, SAAJ, JAXB) really well. These topics are pretty thick, so I have a suggestion, which will probably sound self-serving, but is sincere! I recommend that you pick up a copy of Addison-Wesley's <a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0321146182">J2EE Web Services</a>. It really is the most up-to-date and comprehensive book on the subject of J2EE Web service APIs and protocols � the only thing it doesn't cover is JAXB. The book will provide you with a much smoother introduction to the protocols and APIs than the specifications. After you read the book (no small task) than study the specifications. The specs will make a lot more sense that way.
In addition, you are going to need to understand the basics about security in Web services. When I say the basics I mean you should have a good understanding of the protocols (XML Digital Signature, WS-Security, etc.) and how and when they should be used. This is covered to some extent in the blueprints.
You'll also need to understand best practices for Web services design and architecture. This is kind of an amorphous subject but I believe that the blueprints book is an excellent resource � I'm not sure of how up-to-date the <a href="http://java.sun.com/blueprints/guidelines/designing_webservices/">HTML</a> version is, but the updates look recent.

Richard


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Mark Spritzler
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Speaking of JAXB. I wrote a review for O'reilly's JAXB book. I found it to be very good and easy to understand and grasp the concepts. I did this review a year ago, so I hope that th ebook is still up to date, or that they had released an updated version that will cover what is needed in the Beta Exam.
Data Binding, JAXB.
Hope that helps.
Mark


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Shoaib Khanzada
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Great Work Ken really help full
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Great Effort and Contribution Ken, Greate Work. It will help all of us a lot ...
Nicholas Cheung
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Hi Richard,
Could you provide the exam objectives mapping with the chapters of your book?
Thanks.
Nick


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Bert Bates
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I think these are some great links and book recommendations!
I'd advise candidates to avoid "Java Web Services Architecture" by McGovern, unless you can get it used for really cheap.


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Originally posted by Bert Bates:
I'd advise candidates to avoid "Java Web Services Architecture" by McGovern, unless you can get it used for really cheap.
While I get your point, Bert, maybe it would be good to provide some insight into why McGovern's book might not be the best choice?


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Mikalai Zaikin
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... and which books might be better sources for preparation for SCDJWS
iyven koh
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How about this book "J2EE PlatForm Web Services " by Ray Lai? Is this useful on preparing for the exam? Anybody who has read before, please give your comment.
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Richard Monson-Haefel
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Hi,
Out of the 11 objectives, the J2EE Web Services book (Addison-Wesley) covers the first nine in detail. If you study the AW book, you'll be more than prepared for objectives 1 through 9. The only exceptions are Chapter 8, 10, and 11. chapter 8 is on security so you'll need to find a resource dedicated to Web services security. Chapters 10 and 11 cover design and architecture. The best resoure for that subject is probably the blue prints or a book on the subject � perhaps J2EE Web Service Patterns and the book that Inderjeet wrote (however that will not be out for a couple more months). The following is a detailed mapping of the test objectives to my book, J2EE Web Services (AW 2004) � I helped to write the test so I'm confident in this mapping.
Objective 1: XML Web Service Standards
You can learn everything you need for this part of the exam by studying Chapters 2 and 3.
Objective 2: SOAP 1.1 Web Service Standards
This part of the examine is covered in detail by chapter 4, Appendix E, and also Appendix D.
Objective 3: Describing and Publishing (WSDL and UDDI)
WSDL is covered in detail in Chapter 5. UDDI is covered in Chapters 6,7, and 8.
Objective 4: JAX-RPC
This is the core of Java web services in my opinion. Chapters 9 - 15 and Appendix G covers this subject in depth - perhaps more depth than you'll need but its worth the time.
Objective 5: SOAP and XML Processing APIs (JAXP, JAXB, and SAAJ)
Chapter 13 and Appendix F covers SAAJ in more detail than any of resource you'll find, including the specifications.
Chapters 20 and 21 cover SAX and DOM to level you will need. TrAX, which is also addressed by the test is not covered by my book nor is JAXB. A really amazing book on JAXP, IMO, is Processing XML with Java (AW) by Elliotte Rusty Harold. As far as JAXB goes, I'm not so sure.
Objective 6. JAXR
Chapters 16 - 19 cover JAXR completely.
Objective 7: J2EE Web Services
Well, this is the entire book. Chapter 1, however, provides a good overview and some perspective on the subject that will be necessary for the test.
Objective 8: Security
My book doesn't cover this subject in much depth. To be honest its a huge topic and one that probably requires a book on to itself. I have no recommendations for this test - I learned the subject by reading various specs. Perhaps someone else has a suggestion.
Objective 9: Developing Web Services
Again this is pretty much the whole book. If you read it you will be prepared for this section. You should make sure you read chapters 22, 23, and 24 which cover the deployment process in detail � I don't think there is any book or resource that covers this subject in more depth than those three chapters.

Objective 10: General Design and Architecture
This subject is really not covered by my book. My book is focused on the APIs and protocols, not architecture. I recommend that you read the blue prints and Inderjeet's book when it comes out � probably not in time for the beta unfortunately.
Objective 11. Endpoint Design and Architecture
Some of this is covered by my book but mostly you'll need to read the blue prints to prepare for it as well as other high level books on design and architecture.

There may be other books you can use, but to be honest I've never read any of the other Java Web services book so I can't recommend one. That said, I was surprised and delighted to discover how tightly aligned the test is with the book I wrote. As a mater of fact, the J2EE Web Services book was a huge resource for many of the subject-matter experts who were writing the test - including myself. ;-)
I hope this helps.
Richard
Ken Ho
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Hi Richard,
Really thanks a lot for your mapping.
Nicholas Cheung
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Hi Richard,
Many thanks for your kindly help.
This mapping is very very useful for us to prepare for the exam.
Nick
Marcelo Sousa Ancelmo
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Complementing what Mr. Richard had said about the mapping:

Chapters 20 and 21 cover SAX and DOM to level you will need. TrAX, which is also addressed by the test is not covered by my book nor is JAXB. A really amazing book on JAXP, IMO, is Processing XML with Java (AW) by Elliotte Rusty Harold. As far as JAXB goes, I'm not so sure.

The book Processing XML is a must read for all of us that are working whit XML, it can be found here, I think that the chapter 10 and 11 about JAXB in the Java Web Services Tutorial by Sun is good enough for the exam

Objective 8: Security
My book doesn't cover this subject in much depth. To be honest its a huge topic and one that probably requires a book on to itself. I have no recommendations for this test - I learned the subject by reading various specs. Perhaps someone else has a suggestion.

The Blueprint book pointed by Richard has one chapter about security, i.e, Chapter 7

Objective 10: General Design and Architecture
This subject is really not covered by my book. My book is focused on the APIs and protocols, not architecture. I recommend that you read the blue prints and Inderjeet's book when it comes out � probably not in time for the beta unfortunately.

Again, Blueprint book , chapter 8, is about Architecture

Objective 11. Endpoint Design and Architecture
Some of this is covered by my book but mostly you'll need to read the blue prints to prepare for it as well as other high level books on design and architecture.

My guess is that chapter 3 and 8 of the Blueprint book , and the book by MR. Richard will be enough
So, i think that the Blueprint Book and J2EE web Services is the top most for the exam, plus JAXB chapter's from JWS Tutorial, we have near 1500 pages of study about the web services exam.
Regards,


Marcelo Sousa Ancelmo - Brazil
Hussein Baghdadi
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Hi, what the software we need :
JWSDP 1.3 ?
I have ant, axis, tomcat, j2desdk installed on my machine, should I download JWSDP ?
(its very large and can't download JAXB without downloading this package)
Gupta Mohit
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Hi,
Monson-Haefel's book is not yet available in India. I asked my book store, it is going to take another 10 days. Mean while I got O'reilly's "Java Web Services in a Nutshell'
Has anyone read this book? Can anyone advice me, if this book cover SCDJWS objectives or worth reading for Exam?
(All books are good, but time is the constraint right now)
Mohit
Robert Willems
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Ken en Richard.. thanks a million for your links and mapping... i think they'll help a lot... tomorrow we can register... hope i get the studying done ;-)


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Kalpesh Soni
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sun's site gives more sample chapters of different books
http://java.sun.com/webservices/community/books/index.html
Java Web Services Architecture
(Chapter 2, Service Oriented Architecture | Chapter 10, JAX-RPC | Chapter 14, Transaction Management )
Developing Java Web Services: Architecting and Developing Secure Web Services
(Chapter 8, XML Processing and Data Binding with Java APIs | Chapter 10, Building RPC Web Services with JAX-RPC)
Oreilly - Java Web Services
( Chapter 7, JAX-RCP and JAXM | Chapter 8, J2EE and Web Sevices )



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Originally posted by Bert Bates:
I think these are some great links and book recommendations!

I'd advise candidates to avoid "Java Web Services Architecture" by McGovern, unless you can get it used for really cheap.



what's the rationale behind? I thought this book is quite good and comprehensive
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Originally posted by green hand:



what's the rationale behind? I thought this book is quite good and comprehensive


Mr.green hand,
JavaRanch has Official policy, which you can find here, that all JavaRanch users are asked to use a real name as their display name.

I would suggest you to change you dsiplay name to your real name so that people might know who they are talking to... You can change your display name here.

hope it helps...


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Thank you very much.


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Originally posted by Bert Bates:
I think these are some great links and book recommendations!

I'd advise candidates to avoid "Java Web Services Architecture" by McGovern, unless you can get it used for really cheap.


Could you give the reason, Bert?
Jesus Angeles
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Evelyn,

Are the authors of the Epractice exam, the same as the authors of the real exam?
Valentin Crettaz
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Originally posted by Kengkaj Sathianpantarit:


Could you give the reason, Bert?


Read the book review here


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garth schneider
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Berts suggestion that "Java Web Services Architecture" book is not worth the money means nothing to me without a reason. I am finding it to be a great book. Sure it does not identify Doc/Literal and RPC/Literal as being the best to go with. But it does show a lot of real world situations with RPC/encoded and Doc/encoded. It also shows Doc/literal and RPC/literal quite well. If you are in the real world those are still important, even though they are out of favor in the WS-I Basic Profile 1.0. This book goes beyond the great book by RMH to cover security and JAXB and more. I am not finding any miss information. It handles the core knowledge very well. I have also seen posts by people who past the SCDJWS using that book heavily.
The Amazon review was very favorable to this book. I disagree with the JavaRanch review of the book. I can not see it as being at all accurate.

Thanks,

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dev maj
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Hi Ranchers,
Can anybody help me out to get MZ's quiz questions for SCDJWS? Is it free of cost or i have to donate some bucks for this?

Reagrds,

Dev001
Mikalai Zaikin
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Originally posted by dev maj:

Can anybody help me out to get MZ's quiz questions for SCDJWS? Is it free of cost or i have to donate some bucks for this?



Please, check your Private Messages here

http://www.coderanch.com/forums/user/profile/

or e-mail inbox for the instructions.

Thanks,
MZ
sridhar vu
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Hello All,
I'm new to Web Services. I'm looking for a good book to start. Went through some of the posts and decided to buy J2EE Web Services -RMH. Want to confirm, if this "http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0321146182" is the latest available in the market? It is published in Oct'2003.

Thanks,
Sridhar.
Mikalai Zaikin
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Originally posted by sridhar vu:
ent through some of the posts and decided to buy J2EE Web Services -RMH. Want to confirm, if this "http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0321146182" is the latest available in the market? It is published in Oct'2003.

Thanks,
Sridhar.


There is only one edition of this book. Please, note the exam was released in 2004. So the book dated 2003 is Ok for it.

regards,
MZ
Prashant S Guptaa
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Hi
How are the following books for preparation of the Webservices Developer exam

1) Sun Certified Developer for Java Web Services Study Guide (Exam 310-220) (Certification Press) (Paperback) by Mehran Habibi
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media; 1 edition (August 1, 2007)
ISBN: 0072259523

2) Developing Java Web Services: Architecting and Developing Secure Web Services Using Java by Ramesh Nagappan, Robert Skoczylas, Rima Patel Sriganesh
Wiley, Paperback, Published December 2002, 758 pages,
ISBN 0471236403

Thanks
[ November 28, 2006: Message edited by: Prashant S Guptaa ]

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