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i'm prepairing for scdjws and wanted to know some information. As i'm new to web services, i'm using tomcat5.5 web server for my project and wanted to know whether it is sufficient for developing web services application or do i need to switch other web services (like apache axis etc...) . Also, tell me which reference should i follow for this certification.

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Please have a look at the following topic:

Which is the most suitable application server to prepare for SCDJWS?
 
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