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Webservices Certification preparation

Vijaya Raghava
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Joined: Jul 30, 2006
Posts: 37

Hello Ranchers,

I am currently preparing for WebServices Certification (v5) and referring to lot of books including the below ones:

Ivan's Study Guide
Developing Java Web Services
JAX-RS from the Jersey URL
Java WS up and running

While preparing I come to know from the Java Ranch SCDJWS Links:
that they also suggested this Epractize Training Lab for OCEJWSD 6.

Did some one used the Oracle Certified Expert, Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 6 / 5 Web Services Developer Preparation Article provided by Epractize Labs ? If so can you please provide your feedback / suggestions on this ?

Are these training materials provided by epractize labs, covers all the objectives and good to read ?

Can some one advise me on this, as I am currently preparing for version 5.


davide boleso
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Joined: Jul 15, 2012
Posts: 39
Epractize Labs nothing special question are too easy, ucertify is much better a lot of question well managed software but my clue is probably theyr question are broader compared the real exam and sometimes ambiguos.
I am having good time with ucertify but I consider very far from enthuware, unfortunately there is no enthuware version for this certification
Ucertify is very very expensive

Steve Legon

Joined: Apr 05, 2013
Posts: 2
hello Vijaya Raghava,

I used their product for SCEA exam and it was really nice. I am also planning to do OCE Web services exam in June and purchased their OCE WSD Training Lab. The product teach you in terms of exam objectives and you cannot expect coding/real-time exposure. It is good for exam preparation since it has study material and practice questions. The advanced session part has lot of coding snippets to explain JAX-RS, JAX-WS...annotations but not complete runnable code. The mock exam questions are brilliant with simple and understandable explanations.
I agree. Here's the link:
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