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Java Web Services Up and Running.

 
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Hi guys,

I wanted to know whether Java Web Services Up and Running covers all topics for OCPJWSD6 exam?
If not what topics to read from which book.

Can anyone help me for the same.

Thanks and Regards,
-Pankaj
 
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Hello Pankaj,

I am currently reading the book : Java Web Services Up and Running.

It gives you detailed knowledge on JAX-WS (SOAP Based Webservices) and JAX-RS (RESTful web services). Definitely this book is not enough, but gives you insight in JAX-WS and JAX-RS.

This book lacks detailed explaination on following sections :

1. JAX-WS clients.
2. Servlet and EJB based SOAP web services.
3. WS-Security (SSL, Message level security)
4. WS-Addressing
5. UDDI

Though the book has high level overview on few of above sections.

I am preparing for Web services certification as well. I will keep posted my experience here.

Good Luck.

Sujeeth Pakala
 
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I think the best way is to take 1 topic, read it from Mikalai's book, and find more details on it by googling it.
what's say??


 
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By the way, UDDI is not in this new version of the exam anymore.
I am reading RMH's J2EE, Ivan and MZ's study guide. But I think it is still not enough. I may want to order some books about Java Rest.
But from other post, people said RMH and Java Web Service Up and Running are good enough to pass the exam.
 
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Hello Pankaj,

In addition to the book you are referring to, I also recommend you to refer the below books. As I am currently referring to below two books as well for my preparation.

Ivan's Study Guide for SCDJWS 5 ( now it's OCpJWSD ) here: http://www.slideshare.net/krizsan/scdjws-5-study-notes-3085287

Also I recommend you to go through Developing java WebServices by Ramesh Nagappan. This book is also a good one.

Regards,
Raghava

 
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I see Developing java WebServices by Ramesh Nagappan is old one (2003). I do not think it covers JAX-WS 2.0...
 
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Sujeeth Pakala wrote:Hello Pankaj,

I am currently reading the book : Java Web Services Up and Running.

It gives you detailed knowledge on JAX-WS (SOAP Based Webservices) and JAX-RS (RESTful web services). Definitely this book is not enough, but gives you insight in JAX-WS and JAX-RS.

This book lacks detailed explaination on following sections :

1. JAX-WS clients.
2. Servlet and EJB based SOAP web services.
3. WS-Security (SSL, Message level security)
4. WS-Addressing
5. UDDI

Though the book has high level overview on few of above sections.

I am preparing for Web services certification as well. I will keep posted my experience here.

Good Luck.

Sujeeth Pakala



Hello Sujeeth,

How is your prep coming up, can you please list out the books/materials you are studying for exam, i am planning to prepare for EE6 version of the exam.
Thanks
 
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I prepared JAX-WS and JAX-RS well and due to more work load at work.. I parked the exam. But, I plan to write this month...

I prefer Java Web Services Up and Running and J2EE Web services specifications. This will give you in detail knowledge about web services and should be able to pass with them.
 
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Hi Sujeeth,

I want to contact you for some help?
Can I contact you? Can you provide contact details? Email Id or Phone no.??
Thanks

-Pankaj.
 
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Pankaj,

See your private messages.

You can send me message here.
 
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