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Appendix of RMH

 
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Does Soap Message with Attachments / SwA fall within the scope of the exam?..

what should be covered from the Appendices of RMH?
Any pointers shall be helpful
 
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Yes, it's SwA is one of the SCDJWS 1.4 objectives.

As for the appendix, I only read E, F, and G.
 
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According to

Objective 2: SOAP 1.1 Web Service Standards
2.1 List and describe the encoding types used in a SOAP message.

Appendix D: SOAP RPC/Encoded

is somewhat relevant. J2EE 1.4 Web Services have to be capable of the RPC/encoded (SOAP Encoding) messaging style. The emphasis of the exam however is on RPC/literal, Document/literal web services that adhere to the WS-I Basic 1.0a standard. To understand the WS-I Basic standard you have to know what isn't allowed (and why) and what doesn't work.
 
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Objective 2: SOAP 1.1 Web Service Standards
2.1 List and describe the encoding types used in a SOAP message.


Oooh.. another thing to read. Thanks a lot, Peer
 
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yea..dont want to miss out anything ..do we?

btw..i was reading the chapter on XML processing..in blueprints..and it was dry..dry..dry..and i had liked JAXR and UDDI chapters in RMH..

i wonder why no one cribbed about it yet..i read a lot of crib on JAXR and UDDI )
 
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