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what is the differences between 310-220 and 310-230 ? ? ?

 
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Greetings,
I was planning to take a cx310-220 exam, but I just saw that 310-230 is available also. Considering that I have prepared for a while for a 310-220, and intend to takje next week, what is the differences between this two exams?
Let say that is I would have 100% on 310-220 how much I can expected on 310-230 (how much is it updated?)?
Thanks you guys
 
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220 - webservices on pre EE5 container
230 - webservices on EE5 container


When I took the beta exam the EE5 questions were very different than 220.
 
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How should I think now about the differences???I would appreciate if anyone else states something about this issue?
 
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i think jax-RPC is in 1.4 which is not in 1.5. one of the differences. try checking objectives of both the exams. it might give you an idea.
 
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You can check the objectives of both exams from Sun's website.
One major different is SCDJWS 5 replaces JAX-RPC with JAX-WS.
 
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Well, as much as I could conclude, the main differences are in two section: There is no JAX-RPC, but JAX-WS, and also new section has been added :"Section 10: Web Services Interoperability Technologies ". In this section is mentioned about WSIT (Metro) and WCF. Where should I find material for this two technologies? The rest of exam is about 95 percent the same.
 
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The new exam also has objectives about RESTful Web Services and JSON.
 
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I have thoroughly passed-over "Up and Running" web service, book. There is a talk and practical example of REST. But how much do you think that questions about JSON are in preponderance on the exam?
 
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