IBM Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with UML<br />Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2 Platform<br />Sun Certified Web Component Developer for J2EE Platform<br />Sun Certified Developer for Java Web Services<br />Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2EE Platform - Part I<br /> <br />I am from China.
Note sure I understood your question, but as per objective 4.5 (quoted below), you have to know which are the avantages/disavantages of the Java-WSDL, resp. WSDL-Java mappings. Under which circumstances would you prefer one approach over the other?
4.5 Explain the advantages and disadvantages of a WSDL to Java vs. a Java to WSDL development approach.
Why I am asking is because of huge number of elements in the jaxrpc-mapping-file which are quite difficult to remember
In the "normal" case, once you have some practical experience with web services and if you put your hands in the code often enough, you don't have to "remember" that stuff, you will just know it. "Learning by doing" takes all its sense here in contrast to "learning by heart" which won't bring you anything except maybe a worthless piece of paper.
Don't schedule your exam until you are really ready, which means until you really know the stuff without having to learn it by heart.
Thanks for your reply.I understand your point.I think I didn't post the question properly. I didn't mean to remembering all the xml elements in jaxrpc-mapping file. I think you misunderstand me.I just want to know what kind of questions can come on jaxprc-mapping file in exam point of view.I know without having good understanding and practical experience it is not advisable to take the exam.