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Souvik Dasgupta
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Please suggest a book which covers all the topics in the WebServices Exam(v6)
 
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Souvik Dasgupta wrote:
Please suggest a book which covers all the topics in the WebServices Exam(v6)


You're not alone, this question is asked here every month. Unfortunately, there is no such book. Please, refer SCDJWS Links page for some useful books which partially cover some WSD 6 objectives.
 
Avinash Ga
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Study materials by Milkalai and Ivan are great to start with. Also consider reading Java Web Services Up and Running by Martin Kalin and Java Web Services Architecture by James Mcgovern and team....
 
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Is the RMH book no more recommended? Is it outdated or has the objectives of the cert changed over time? Please let know.

Thanks
 
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Rajeish Mittal wrote:Is the RMH book no more recommended? Is it outdated or has the objectives of the cert changed over time? Please let know.

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I still recommend RMH book (applicable pieces of it of course), just skip JAX_RPC, UDDI, JAXR.
 
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Rajeish Mittal wrote:Is the RMH book no more recommended? Is it outdated or has the objectives of the cert changed over time? Please let know.

Thanks


RMH is also a Good Book. infact it is a recommended read for EE5 WSD exam.
 
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Avinash Ga wrote:Study materials by Milkalai and Ivan are great to start with. Also consider reading Java Web Services Up and Running by Martin Kalin and Java Web Services Architecture by James Mcgovern and team....


Hi,

My query is regarding practical of OCPJWSD. Can you please suggest some link(s) or books for practical?
Currently, I am stuck to following example/situation -
- Environment: Eclipse, Tomcat 7.0, JDK 1.7, Axis2.
- Create a WebService with annotation @WebService, @WebMethod, @SOAPBinding.
Here, I am unable to create a WSDL. I am trying to access a webservice using standalone client and stub.

If you have any input, please comment.

Thanks in advance,
Satyajit Bhosale
 
Souvik Dasgupta
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Hi Satyajit,

Don't work with Eclipse(or any other IDE for that matter) for the purpose of the exam. Oracle doesn't recommend that. Use any standard editor like Notepad++ etc. And use tools like wsimport from command line to generate client etc. You should be good to go.

However could you please mention exactly what error you are getting?
 
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satyajit bhosale wrote:
Avinash Ga wrote:Study materials by Milkalai and Ivan are great to start with. Also consider reading Java Web Services Up and Running by Martin Kalin and Java Web Services Architecture by James Mcgovern and team....


Hi,

My query is regarding practical of OCPJWSD. Can you please suggest some link(s) or books for practical?
Currently, I am stuck to following example/situation -
- Environment: Eclipse, Tomcat 7.0, JDK 1.7, Axis2.
- Create a WebService with annotation @WebService, @WebMethod, @SOAPBinding.
Here, I am unable to create a WSDL. I am trying to access a webservice using standalone client and stub.

If you have any input, please comment.

Thanks in advance,
Satyajit Bhosale


http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/community/tutorials/BottomUpAxis2WebService/bu_tutorial.html

Please go through the link. Also there is nothing wrong in using Eclipse for your practice / real development. Atlast thats why its built for. I suggest you to try out contract first approach od web service development for better understanding. Have a look at Apache CXF its really good and widely used.
http://cxf.apache.org/docs/developing-a-service.html
 
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Hi Souvik and Avinash,

Thank you very much for your reply. The links are useful.
I will let you know the error I am getting.

Thanks,
Satyajit
 
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