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JSF or webservices?

Sehrish Hasan
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Joined: Aug 15, 2005
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Hi All,

What does part I of the exam focus on more: webservices or JSF? I dont have much time before I take Part I and would like to know which topic I should be reading in depth. I have fundamental knowledge of both.

Suggestions on which one to read up on if I absolutely had to pick one over the other?

Jeanne Boyarsky
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Higher level of both. Seriously, you are going to need to know about non-functional requirements more than the details of a technology.

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Riyaz Enayath
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Overall knowledge of both required to decide the selection of appropriate web framework(JSF,Struts,Spring,etc.. & integration approach(JMS,webservice,CORBA,etc..) meeting service level requirements.

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