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Basic WS-I profile

 
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Hi All,
I was just looking through the objectives for the web services cert. Objective 1.1 mentions the Basic Profile.
This spec is absolutely huge.
http://www.ws-i.org/profiles/basicprofile-1.1-2004-08-24.html#SOAP_encodingStyle_Attribute

Surely you are not expected to know the entire thing off by heart? What parts are then important?

Respect.

Luke!
 
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Hi!
Welcome to the world of the Web Service Certification.
I wouldn't say you have to know it by heart, but you definitely should have a firm grasp of the majority of the "specification".
Best wishes!
 
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