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which is the best reference book for SCDJWS?

 
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Hi guys, last month i passed the SCWCD exam and contenplating taking the SCDJWS exam next.
I have been a regular observer of the forum posts from my SCJP days and would like to have your views on which reference book to follow for the SCDJWS exam.

Regards,
Deep.
 
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Hello Deep,

Richard Monson-Haefel book on webservices is the most popular reference book. Please refer to SCDJWS link on java ranch site for more details on exam.
 
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Hi Manish,

Thanks for the info. I have found in some others posts also recommending the RMH book.

However, I found in some posts that it is rather a text book and not intended specifically for the exam. Can you suggest any other book like the head-first series I studied for SCJP and SCWCD. Or will the RMH book alone will suffice.

Also, some people have mentioned something about that the current SCJDWS is a beta version. Any knowledge on that?
And, finally, does the latest RMH book covers the topics of the current version of SCJDWS in entirity?

Any further information is most welcome.

Regards,
Deep.
 
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