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Rajeev Rnair
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Joined: Mar 22, 2010
Posts: 308

I have appeared OCEJWSD6 exam today and passed with 98% . I have started preparing last year and then couldn't continue because of project dead lines.
Started preparing again for past 2-3 months (with a full time job and family !)

Used the following books:
1. J2EE Web services - Richard, Monson - Haefel (for XML, XSD, SOAP, WSDL etc)
2. Java web services up and running - Martin Kalin (JAX-WS, SOAP)
3. REST ful Java Web services - Jose Sandoval (JAX-RS, REST, Jersey etc)
4. Ivan Kristan notes (SCJWSD5) (covered everything except for UDDI and JAXR)
5. Mikalai Zaikin notes (both SCJWSD5 and OCEJWSD6) (covered everything except for UDDI and JAXR)
6. Oracle J2EE 6 documentation
7. WS-I Basic Profile documentation
8. Refreshed my notes on Servlets, EJB 3.1 etc

Mock exams:
1. Mikalai Zaikin's OCEJWSD6 mock exam - i skipped UDDI and JAXR parts in appendix

I would say both Ivan and MZ notes are a MUST to study. Use MZ mock exam as another study guide! THANK YOU so much to Ivan and Mikalai!!!

The exam was not so tough as expected. Most of the questions are conceptual ones and you need to have a good understanding about everything to answer these questions because the answers are from different topics. So if you don’t know one topic, you will easily be confused what to choose. There were several multiple choice questions with pretty much all answers looks correct! I was relieved to see there were NO questions from UDDI or JAXR !

* SOAP , XML, WSDL, SAAJ, JAX-WS, SOAP encodingStyle , SOAP encoding etc
* Servlet end points - web.xml
* EJB end points
* webservices.xml
* REST - JAX-RS, sub resources, sub resource locator
* JAXP, SAX, DOM, XSLT, JAXB etc
* Logical and SOAP Handlers - server side
* MTOM - enabling etc
* WS-Addressing - enabling, routing response to different endpoint address etc
* WS-Policy
* WS-Security - what is covered and what is NOT covered
* XKMS, SAML, XACML, basic authentication, mutual authentication, digital signatures, SSL, encryption etc
* WS IT - interoperability - best practices
* Java - WSDL and WSDL - Java approaches
* synchronous / aynchronous clients etc.
* document / rpc / litral / encoded etc
* request - response , oneway - messaging patterns


good luck to all fellow exam aspirants!



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Mikalai Zaikin
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Joined: Jun 04, 2002
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Congratulations, Rajeev !

Impressive score ! This is the best score I saw on WSD 6 test so far.

Glad to know my WSD 6 & 5 Notes and WSD 6 Quiz helped.

Best regards,
MZ


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Ramnathan Ravindran
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Joined: May 12, 2004
Posts: 46
Congrats Rajeev on an excellent score.

Thanks for the good information. I needed this.


Regards<br />- Ramnathan<br />SCJP 1.4, SCBCD 1.3, OCA
Swetha Murali
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Joined: Jan 31, 2012
Posts: 1
Hi Rajiv,

Congratulations. What was your score when you did mock exams?

Thanks
sreenivas vemula
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Joined: Jan 21, 2012
Posts: 44
What is the difference between SCDJWS and OCEJWSD6. Are both webservices certification exams?
Rajeev Rnair
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Joined: Mar 22, 2010
Posts: 308

Thanks Mikalai !!!
Rajeev Rnair
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Joined: Mar 22, 2010
Posts: 308

Ramnathan Ravindran wrote:Congrats Rajeev on an excellent score.

Thanks for the good information. I needed this.
Thanks a lot !
Rajeev Rnair
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Joined: Mar 22, 2010
Posts: 308

Swetha Murali wrote: Hi Rajiv,

Congratulations. What was your score when you did mock exams?

Thanks
thanks swetha.. mock exam i scored 80.. it was tougher than the actual exam.
Rajeev Rnair
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Joined: Mar 22, 2010
Posts: 308

sreenivas vemula wrote:What is the difference between SCDJWS and OCEJWSD6. Are both webservices certification exams?
hi sreenivas, SCDJWS is for J2EE5 and OCEJWSD6 is for J2EE6.
I think the main difference in WSD6 exam is that there is no UDDI and JAXR. But there is JAX-RS, REST (very detailed) , MTOM, WS-Addressing etc. Rest are pretty much the same
Good luck !!
sreenivas vemula
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Joined: Jan 21, 2012
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Thanks for the clarification rajeev
arulk pillai
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Congrats and keep up the good work


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prashant k. gupta
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Joined: May 15, 2008
Posts: 62
Congrats
ashwini vaze
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Joined: Mar 25, 2012
Posts: 6
Hi Rajeev,
Congrats for such a good score.
I am searching for good books for SCDJWS 6.Your post is very helpful.

Could you please suggest the book , J2EE Web services - Richard, Monson - Haefel ,what the it's latest edition ?
Because when i searched for the book , i find this book with java1.4 support.


Rajeev Rnair
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Joined: Mar 22, 2010
Posts: 308

Hi Ashwini,

Please read only XML, XSD, SOAP, WSDL chapters from the RMH book. There is no latest editions, but this is still good for XML, XSD, SOAP, WSDL basics etc.
Good luck!
Kancharla Madhu
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Joined: May 06, 2012
Posts: 109


fantabulous Score Keep it up!


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ashwini vaze
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Joined: Mar 25, 2012
Posts: 6
Thanks Rajeev.

I have one dillemma.

I am working on spring framework.And spring provides web service integration.

How much doing certification benefits me in my job role when i am working on spring web service.

Please suggest.
Rajeev Rnair
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Joined: Mar 22, 2010
Posts: 308

Ashwini, sorry, I have no Spring experience, I am not the best person to answer this! I know some of my friends who use Spring modules and Spring- WS. JAX-WS JAX-RS are specifications and there are so many implementations. People choose whichever implementation suits best to them. There is no harm in learning the basics and what goes on behind the scenes. You can use any IDE and create and deploy a web service within couple of mouse clicks. But if you don't know what is happening inside, you won't be able to trouble shoot issues when they occur. To do the certification or not is entirely your choice, you have to make that decision.
ashwini vaze
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Joined: Mar 25, 2012
Posts: 6
Thanks Rajeev.
Haresh Tejwani
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Joined: Aug 13, 2012
Posts: 1
Hi Rajiv,

Congratulations on your achievement
Could you please provide the link to MZ mock exams.

Thanks,
Haresh

Rajeev Rnair wrote:I have appeared OCEJWSD6 exam today and passed with 98% . I have started preparing last year and then couldn't continue because of project dead lines.
Started preparing again for past 2-3 months (with a full time job and family !)

Used the following books:
1. J2EE Web services - Richard, Monson - Haefel (for XML, XSD, SOAP, WSDL etc)
2. Java web services up and running - Martin Kalin (JAX-WS, SOAP)
3. REST ful Java Web services - Jose Sandoval (JAX-RS, REST, Jersey etc)
4. Ivan Kristan notes (SCJWSD5) (covered everything except for UDDI and JAXR)
5. Mikalai Zaikin notes (both SCJWSD5 and OCEJWSD6) (covered everything except for UDDI and JAXR)
6. Oracle J2EE 6 documentation
7. WS-I Basic Profile documentation
8. Refreshed my notes on Servlets, EJB 3.1 etc

Mock exams:
1. Mikalai Zaikin's OCEJWSD6 mock exam - i skipped UDDI and JAXR parts in appendix

I would say both Ivan and MZ notes are a MUST to study. Use MZ mock exam as another study guide! THANK YOU so much to Ivan and Mikalai!!!

The exam was not so tough as expected. Most of the questions are conceptual ones and you need to have a good understanding about everything to answer these questions because the answers are from different topics. So if you don’t know one topic, you will easily be confused what to choose. There were several multiple choice questions with pretty much all answers looks correct! I was relieved to see there were NO questions from UDDI or JAXR !

* SOAP , XML, WSDL, SAAJ, JAX-WS, SOAP encodingStyle , SOAP encoding etc
* Servlet end points - web.xml
* EJB end points
* webservices.xml
* REST - JAX-RS, sub resources, sub resource locator
* JAXP, SAX, DOM, XSLT, JAXB etc
* Logical and SOAP Handlers - server side
* MTOM - enabling etc
* WS-Addressing - enabling, routing response to different endpoint address etc
* WS-Policy
* WS-Security - what is covered and what is NOT covered
* XKMS, SAML, XACML, basic authentication, mutual authentication, digital signatures, SSL, encryption etc
* WS IT - interoperability - best practices
* Java - WSDL and WSDL - Java approaches
* synchronous / aynchronous clients etc.
* document / rpc / litral / encoded etc
* request - response , oneway - messaging patterns


good luck to all fellow exam aspirants!


Mikalai Zaikin
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Joined: Jun 04, 2002
Posts: 3233
    
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Haresh Tejwani wrote:Hi Rajiv,

Congratulations on your achievement
Could you please provide the link to MZ mock exams.

Thanks,
Haresh



Hello Haresh,

Welcome JavaRanch !

Please, note, my WSD quiz is copyrighted material and cannot be shared.

If you wish to know how to get WSD quiz - please follow the link in my signature.

Best regards,
MZ
yogesh.lr kumar
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Joined: Jul 15, 2008
Posts: 18
Rajeev Rnair wrote:I have appeared OCEJWSD6 exam today and passed with 98% . I have started preparing last year and then couldn't continue because of project dead lines.
Started preparing again for past 2-3 months (with a full time job and family !)

Used the following books:
1. J2EE Web services - Richard, Monson - Haefel (for XML, XSD, SOAP, WSDL etc)
2. Java web services up and running - Martin Kalin (JAX-WS, SOAP)
3. REST ful Java Web services - Jose Sandoval (JAX-RS, REST, Jersey etc)
4. Ivan Kristan notes (SCJWSD5) (covered everything except for UDDI and JAXR)
5. Mikalai Zaikin notes (both SCJWSD5 and OCEJWSD6) (covered everything except for UDDI and JAXR)
6. Oracle J2EE 6 documentation
7. WS-I Basic Profile documentation
8. Refreshed my notes on Servlets, EJB 3.1 etc
.......


Hello Rajeev, Can you please let me knwo what are the chapters you studided from Webservices up and running and Restful webservices books.

Also what is the server setup we need to have to start sworking on examples.

Thanks
Trieu Duong Nguyen
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Joined: Nov 24, 2010
Posts: 18

Good job !
Thanks for your shared experience


Trieu Duong Nguyen
SCJP 6 | SCWCD 6
Jhonson Ferndando
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Joined: May 31, 2013
Posts: 50
Congratulations !


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Yogs Kumar
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Rajeev Rnair wrote:I have appeared OCEJWSD6 exam today and passed with 98% . I have started preparing last year and then couldn't continue because of project dead lines.
Started preparing again for past 2-3 months (with a full time job and family !)

Used the following books:
2.Web Services up and running.





Hello Rajeev,

Did you study the first edition or second edition of this book?
Himai Minh
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Joined: Jul 29, 2012
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I promise you that most people study first edition of this book and pass the exam.
The second edition came out in late 2013. Before that, most ranchers studied the first edition and passed the exam.
 
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