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OCDJWS 310-230 Study Tips

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Hi All,

I passed this one with 75%. Here are my study notes for the exam:

Take this exam very seriously, or otherwise you will score as low as I did,

Understand how XML Signature works, what XML canonicalization is, and how the two are related and used together,

Are able to recognize rpc/literal, document/literal, or document/literal/wrapped by looking at a SOAP envelope,

Learn SOAP encoding despite the fact it’s not BP-compliant,

Understand what configuration (keystores, truststores, etc) needs to be in place on both web service client and the server in WSIT, when an STS is invoked,

Well understand the difference of <xsd:all> vs <xsd:sequence>,

Know how to properly import/include an external schema in a WSDL,

Understand BP rules regarding a port referring to multiple port types in it, a port referring to the same port type more than once, and so on,

Know in which deployment descriptor you can specify a session timeout for a stateful web service,

Are able to recognize for which types of data JSON would be a good fit, and for which it would not,

Know what “geocoding” is,

Know what “to renounce business transaction data” means and how Web Services Security and PKI are applicable here,

Know SAML a bit more than just an overview; how it’s used for passing authentication and authorization data, and so on,

Remember BP rules regarding SOAP envelope structure: no elements past </Body>, only one child of a <Body>, <Header> comes before <Body> and so on,

Know how to turn a Session Bean into a JAX-WS Web Service,

Well remember the names of all operations in UDDI,

Remember what belongs to Publisher API and what to Inquiry API,

Know that UDDI publishing can only be done via HTTPS,

Briefly know what ebXML is,

Recognize the cases when using Dispatch Client API is more appropriate, including RESTful services,

Know what SOAP Message Security is, and how it relates to WS-Security, WS-SecurityPolicy, and WS-Trust,

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Which preparation material(s) did you use ?
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Well done! Congratulations !
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