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SCDJWS 5.0(310-230) Exam objectives

 
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Hi

I'm littlebit confused about the version's using for SCDJWS 5.0 exam(310-230).

I'm listing the few of the things which covers in this exam. Can some one please tell me the version using in this exam.

SOAP 1.2
WSDL 1.1
JAXP
JAXR
SAX
DOM
UDDI
WS-Trust
WS-Security
WS-SecurityConversation
WS-Addressing
Basic Profile 1.1

What ever i know about the version's, i listed in the above list. please update the other's version's.

 
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udaykumar maddigatla wrote:Hi

SOAP 1.2



SCDJWS 5 exam actually tests SOAP 1.1 knowledge (objectives are wrong ).
 
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Hi

Thanks for correcting me.What about the other one's?
 
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Hi!
As I have said before, understanding when, for instance, StAX, is appropriate and what you can do with it is more important than knowing the exact features of a certain version. If in doubt, try to find the version described in the JavaEE 5 tutorial or the version that is associated in any way with JavaEE 5.
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