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Passed SCDJWS 5

 
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I passed the cert today with 97%. I agree with a lot of people here in the forum that it is very very theoretical. But if you have studied enough, it is not very difficult. I had quite a bit of practical knowledge coding Web Services in Java. Here is a list of study materials.

1. Richard Monson's book for SOAP, UDDI, JAXR. JAXP
2. Web Services Up and Running book for JAX-WS, JAX-WS security, WSDL
3, Sun Tutorial for WSIT
4. Ivan's notes for Design patterns, Best Practices. (this guy rocks, and knows what he is doing. thanks a bunch)
5. Slides from javapassion.net and worked on each assignments using Netbeans.


Hope this will help some one.

Thanks
 
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Congrats!
 
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Congrats Arun.
 
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Hi!
Congratulations!
I do have to admit that I am "standing on the shoulders of giants" concerning the study guide and a lot of the other material I have written.
Without the people designing and implementing all the different frameworks and writing the specification documents etc, there would not be much for me to write about.
Best wishes!
 
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Hi Ivan, Can you give link for your notes for Design patterns, Best Practices?
 
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Hi!
Everything that I have written related to the SCDJWS 5 is in one and the same document.
You can find it in the SCDJWS Links section here.
Best wishes!
 
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