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Hi,
I completed SCJP and SCWCD. Now I want to start preparing for SCDJWS. I have little or no experiance in working in the topics of SCDJWS. How do I go about, as there is no dedicated book yet for this.

Thanks in advance for your suggestions.

 
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1. J2ee webserices � Richard Monson Haeful
2. Designing webserices � Blue Prints from Sun Microsystems- free e-book in java site
3. Mikalai Zaikin � Guide & Quiz (Guide is free in web, but quiz is not free, you can get this from MZ. Worth Buying
4. xyzws guide and mocks
5. Basic Profile
6. J2ee tutorial for sax, dom , saaj.
6.1 Java webservices tutorial � jaxb, jaxr(not needed ) jaxr in rmh is enuf
7. Specifications

http://www.valoxo.ch/jr/SCDJWS_Links.html[/url]
http://radio.javaranch.com/val/pages/SCDJWS_spec_matrix.html?printable=true

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whizlabs simulator

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Thanks Karthik. I will start with the book you pointed first.
 
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Is there a UML-Distilled like version of "J2EE Web Services � by Richard Monson-Haefel" (which has 960 pages)?

Thanks.
Michael
 
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