I thought to read following for 1.5 cert prepration,
- Message Handler (ch 14 in RMH book)
- Java to WSDL mapping (ch 15 in RMH book)
Now I have read basic differences in JAX-RPC & JAX-WS, and ultimately I have to prepare for JAX-WS (for cert & for market),
- I think, I do not need to read Java to WSDL mapping (ch 15 in RMH book), as JAX-WS uses JAX-B binding - I am not sure if should read Message Handler (ch 14 in RMH book), would it be helpful to read this ch. for JAX-WS
Pleassssse drop your views.
Joined: Feb 24, 2009
After waiting & hope for similar kind of response that no body will share technical experience in this forum,
(as usual only Ivan K. answer most of technical queries here, but seems Ivan is busy for the time being)
I looked to WebService forum, and I got my answer by looking to existing threads.
For technical replies (regarding Java WebServices) there is just 2 letters difference between Javaranch's two forums - SCDJWS & WebService
Firtst one is dead
Second one is deadly
You want to read chapters 2, 3 and 9 from the specification available for download at http://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=224. Give it a try, it is not as hard to read as people think. I read the specs when I took SCDJWS beta.
Specifically speaking, you are right. The binding has changed so RMH won't be of much help. The handler framework has also changed. RMH is a great book but for SCDJWS 5, I would use it only to read about SOAP, WSDL etc. In fact, in the past I wrote a message on this forum with details on what to read from the RMH book for SCDJWS 5. Try to search with my name and see if you can find it.