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Souvik Dasgupta
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I found Java SOA Cookbook(By Eben Hewitt)[Oreilly] quite useful for exam certification. 10-15% content of it outside exam syllabus(ESB and stuff like that) otherwise it is full of explanatory examples(The way Oreilly Cookbooks are written).

Thanks and Regards
Himai Minh
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Joined: Jul 29, 2012
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I am glad you tell us about this Java SOA Cookbook.
I have just ordered it online and never read this book before.
Which chapters are helpful for the exam?
ESB? Do you mean EJB?
Souvik Dasgupta
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Not Exactly...

ESB means 'Enterprise Service Bus'. An excellent example of it could be AquaLogic/Oracle Service Bus.

Service Bus is a middleware technology which is very broad SOA topic and not in anyways related to the WebServices exam. You can safely skip it from the Cookbook.
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