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UDDI and JAXR in syllabus?

a sarkar
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I see a ton of questions regarding UDDI and JAXR in the EPractize Labs'sessions. Has anyone been asked to answer questions on these in the actual exam?


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Ulf Dittmer
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Yes, they are on the syllabus. That's part of the reason that makes this certification of dubious value - it emphasizes technologies that have lost a lot of cachet (SOAP/WSDL), or just about all of it (UDDI), whereas REST-related technologies get comparatively short shrift.


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Mikalai Zaikin
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a sarkar wrote:I see a ton of questions regarding UDDI and JAXR in the EPractize Labs'sessions. Has anyone been asked to answer questions on these in the actual exam?


It depends on the version of exam:

WSD 5 exam includes JAXR and UDDI.

WSD 6 exam does not include JAXR and UDDI.

Best regards,
MZ


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a sarkar
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Mikalai Zaikin wrote:

WSD 6 exam does not include JAXR and UDDI.

Best regards,
MZ


That's what I thought after looking at the exam objectives. However, as I said, the EPractize Lab sessions are full of such questions, that confused me. Given the quality of the software, or the lack thereof, I am surprised that it is even mentioned in the links section of this website.
 
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