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Web Services Certification Pre requirment

 
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hi all,
Can anyone tell me that to do Web Services Certification (SCDJWS)
which path is suitable.

SCJP -> SCWCD -> SCDJWS

or

SCJP -> SCBCD -> SCDJWS
 
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Only the SCJP is a prerequisite of the SCDJWS.
 
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Yes. On Papers only SCJP is required. but I mean what is suitable. Should i get enough experience with EJBs and WebTiers (Servlets, JSP Tags) before entering into Web Services domain ? My target is to become a SOA but i donot know how to get it. ( I mean by chosing right career steps)
 
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In the past i have worked with PHP and mySQL around 2 years. Then worked with Python and Unix scripting/Administration around 1 year. Since few months I am working in Java.
 
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There's a lot of hype about SOA, but perhaps less to it than meets the eye; that may still change though. In practice, any company that uses WS will also have web apps or EJB/DB apps, so either of those exams would help. There are certainly more companies that use servlets/JSPs than those that use EJB, so I'd say the SCWCD is more useful than the SCBCD. Even better would be actual experience, of course.
 
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Thanks for your advice. Right now i am doing a project which has much to do with Servlets and JSPs.
 
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