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XML in a Nutshell or Professional XML

 
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Hi,
Am still confused about which book to refer for this certification.
Please advice if I have the basic knowledge about XML which of these book can i buy for certification and which one I need to refer.

1. XML in a Nutshell, Third Edition
2. Professional XML, 2nd Edition

Also what about the IBM tutorial

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Sita Raman
 
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Originally posted by sita raman:

Also what about the IBM tutorial



Its very good for certification point of view.You will get a good hint as what to expect from the examination.

Grab a copy of one of the two XML books.I have not followed completely any of those.Even the IBM site references section you will find a lot to web links those are equally important.

Few tips you can get from the IBM Certification FAQ at Javaranch.
 
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