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What % does Haefel book cover?

 
johnone wilsonone
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What % does Haefel book cover?
 
Nicholas Cheung
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around 70-80%, without security, endpoint design.

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Thanks....
 
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Hi

what's the "Haefel book". I checked the scdjws links page and I couldn't get an idea of what this book was referred to as in that page.

Is there any book that covers most of the exam objectives(I mean something like Headfist Servlets& JSP and Headfirst EJB). I used HFSJSP for scwcd and am using HFEJB for scbcd, and i'm very comfortable with kathy & bert's style of writing. I wish there's something like head first book for JWS also(from other posts I understood that there's no headfirst book for jws and is not going to come anytime soon). so can somebody suggest a book that is easy to understand(I have absolutely no idea about JWS).



Thanks
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what's the "Haefel book". I checked the scdjws links page and I couldn't get an idea of what this book was referred to as in that page.


It's "J2EE Web Services" by Richard Monson-Haefel.
 
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Thank you David for your reply

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