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SCDJWS Preparation

 
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I have completed the certifications SCJP and SCWCD and planing to go for SCDJWS. I have heard that the new version web services may be released. If it is, should I wait for that or I continue with the older version.If it is not please guide me in preparing for the exam. I want to know the exact book which could cover the exam objectives

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Amit
 
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Originally posted by Amit Arora:
I have completed the certifications SCJP and SCWCD and planing to go for SCDJWS. I have heard that the new version web services may be released. If it is, should I wait for that or I continue with the older version.If it is not please guide me in preparing for the exam. I want to know the exact book which could cover the exam objectives

Thanks
Amit



Hi ! Amit !

It's unlikely SCDJWS be updated soon.

Regarding study material - it's all here:

http://faq.javaranch.com/java/ScdjwsLinks

regards,
MZ
 
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