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Need SCDJWS study material

 
amit agarwal
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Hi,

I'm planning to write "SCDJWS" exam by end of January'08.

I'm in desperate need of "Sun Certified Developer for Java Web Services Study Guide" by "Prasad Kukkamalla, Jerome Josephraj".

If anyone of you have this book, please mail me.

OR please provide me link from where I can download this book.

Please reply.

Regards,

Amit
 
Mikalai Zaikin
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Originally posted by amit agarwal:
Hi,

I'm planning to write "SCDJWS" exam by end of January'08.

I'm in desperate need of "Sun Certified Developer for Java Web Services Study Guide" by "Prasad Kukkamalla, Jerome Josephraj".



Hey !

Have you checked the book page ?


Date September 29, 2008


FYI: release date for this book was already slipped several times, so it could happen again with the last date (Sep 2008).

regards,
MZ
 
mfor master
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amit agarwal wrote:Hi,

I'm planning to write "SCDJWS" exam by end of January'08.

I'm in desperate need of "Sun Certified Developer for Java Web Services Study Guide" by "Prasad Kukkamalla, Jerome Josephraj".

If anyone of you have this book, please mail me.

OR please provide me link from where I can download this book.

Please reply.

Regards,

Amit




Hi All,
I finally completed SCDJWS , thanks for all ranchers for your support, thanks a lot..

Here is my preparation plan.
My preparation started with java webservcies bible... J2EE web wservices, by Richard Monson Haefel (RMH) .
first have gone through the entire book once and used to refere while taking the practice tests.

The first step is to getting comfortable with WS technologies like
XML 1.0 , XSD 1.0, SOAP 1.1, WSDL, UDDI 2.0
second step is to understand the API's
JAX-RPC, SAAJ, JAXP, JAXB , JAXR.
then go through the specification like..
Basic Profile 1.0, J2EE blueprints (Service Endpoint Design), Web service Security
Final step is...
Take some mock exams

http://talented-java-developers.blogspot.com/2009/...dy-material-and-resources.html will give you more details regarding various resource for this preparation..

Once again thanks for your support...
 
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