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I am doing preparation for SCDJWS. I did work on apache Axis1.4 couple of month back but I never worked on Java WSDP tool. It is necessary to work on this tool to get good score , I am runing out of time I need to get this certification as soon as possible so that I can change my job.
Since then the capabilities of the JWSDP have been absorbed into the Glassfish/Metro platform while JAX-WS is available separately as a reference implementation.
Originally posted by Marut pandey: It is necessary to work on this tool to get good score , I am runing out of time I need to get this certification as soon as possible so that I can change my job.
Given that you are "running out of time" I don't quite see what options you have. J2EE 1.4 web services use different deployment descriptors than Axis 1.x; Axis 1.x cannot deloy SLSBs as web services; JAXB 1.0 isn't part of Axis nor is JAXR. It would be beneficial to work through the relevant J2EE/JWSDP tutorials to reinforce the theory.
Whether you can pass, much less "get a good score" by constraining yourself in this way depends very on on your own capabilities. [ April 21, 2008: Message edited by: Peer Reynders ]
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Thanks for your suggestion. I am gonna do some practice it is kind of inappropriate Sun cetification is based on J2ee V1.4 but they do not provide compatible Java WSDP.
hi for certification reading books would suffix. but having certification without application knowledge is of no use. You got to decide yourself. In my point to clear certificate there is no need for hands on experience, but this is not the intention of having certificate or so.