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Skip any chapter in Martin Kalin's book

Himai Minh
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Joined: Jul 29, 2012
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Should I skip any chapters from Java Web Services Up and Running as far as the exam is a concern?
shiv ram kumar
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Joined: Mar 12, 2013
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hi,

I am new to web service , is it GOOD to start from Java UP & Running for exam JWS 6.0 prepration?


regards...
Himai Minh
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Joined: Jul 29, 2012
Posts: 722
Yes. Java Web Services Up and Running and RMH's J2EE are the most favorite books for the exam. But for the RMH's book, skip UDDI and JAX-RPC topics.
shiv ram kumar
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Joined: Mar 12, 2013
Posts: 2
Himai Minh wrote:Yes. Java Web Services Up and Running and RMH's J2EE are the most favorite books for the exam. But for the RMH's book, skip UDDI and JAX-RPC topics.


Sorry if I am wrong,

from exam prospective, if I read Java Up and Running and other study material which is not in this book, do I need to go through RMH book?

from exam prospective, is there more/something in RMH which is not in Java Up & Running
Himai Minh
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Joined: Jul 29, 2012
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Yes. For the exam, some ranchers suggest reading RMH book and Java W.S. Up and Running together.
Then, read MZ's notes and Ivan's study guide.
 
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