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Chapters 6,7 & 8 of RHM

Sagar kanchi
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Hi all,
The chapters 6,7, & 8 are all about UDDI.
The author told in the beginning as follows.

"The truth is you will probably use JAXR to access a
UDDI registry and won't need much about the underlying
UDDI data structures and SOAP messages
"

But, whether it is necessary to get firm grip on
UDDI, from exam perspective?


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Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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Yup, there are plenty of UDDI questions.

I don't use UDDI, so I really had to brush up on it. Don't let UDDI questions be the difference between passing and failing.

-Cameron McKenzie
Anderson Fonseca
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Read about UDDI in www.xyzws.com is more light than RMH, when i did take a test i saw more questions about JAX-R than UDDI.

Take some mocks, this become easy your fix concepts about UDDI than read RMH 6,7 and 8 chapters about it.

Good luck


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Peer Reynders
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See also: JAXR preparation for the exam

Back in 2004 the vendors wanted a "Google for web services". However they overlooked the contractual complexities between commercial entities that have to take place with human intervention before one company will consume the web service from another. So all thats really left as an application for UDDI is an intranet "endpoint directory" for which it is overkill.
Sagar kanchi
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Thanks to every one of you for your suggestions.
I would like to know one more thing.

Do we really need to remember the tag names and attributes (which is mandatory/optional) mentioned in SOAP/WSDL/UDDI?
The real exam expect us to do so?
Anderson Fonseca
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You must understand

SOAP structure (part, envelope, header, body)
faults: server, client, versionMismatch, mustUnderstand
when these faults are throw.

WSDL
types, portType, message, binding, service,
you must know how each these items correspond in java code
Sagar kanchi
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Okay. It sounds good.
Thanks a lot, Anderson.
Vishnu Prakash
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