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Passed OCE WSD6 w/ 93%

 
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Passed OCEWSD6 w/ 93%. I've followed almost same reading materials as mentioned by other ranchers:
a) Java Web Services Up and Running
b) Ivan notes
c) MZ notes & Quiz
4) Security related topics on wiki and other materials on the internet
5) ePractize Labs - got few similar questions, but can skip all XML schema related questions.

Read below materials to get better knowledge but won't say required for the exam:
a) Restful Java with JAX-RS
b) JAX-WS 2.2 spec
c) JAX-RS spec - not in detail as when required

Got a question on WSIT configuration file which I missed . Make sure to go thru this.
 
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Congrats.
I am sure most candidates may want to know what security topics you read on WiKi? Does Ivan / MZ 's notes cover enough security topics?

Will XML syntax/schema be asked in version 6 of the exam ? Ivan's notes chapter 1 covers a lot of XML syntax. Should I skip some of them like inheritance in XML?

Any chapter(s) I should skip in Java Web Services Up and Running?
 
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Noni Singh wrote:Passed OCEWSD6 w/ 93%. I've followed almost same reading materials as mentioned by other ranchers:
a) Java Web Services Up and Running
b) Ivan notes
c) MZ notes & Quiz
4) Security related topics on wiki and other materials on the internet
5) ePractize Labs - got few similar questions, but can skip all XML schema related questions.
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Congratulations, Noni !

Excellent score !

Glad to know my WSD 6 Quiz and Guide helped.

Best regards,
MZ
 
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Congratulations, Noni Singh!
 
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Congrats
From where did you read topic - "Best practices of Web services" ?

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Congrats!
 
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Congratulations. How many of binary payload (MTOM/SwaRef) and SAAJ client related questions did you get? Of course, you wouldn't remember the exact number of questions, I mean were there a lot or just a couple?
 
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Thanks Ranchers!!!

Himai Minh wrote:Does Ivan / MZ 's notes cover enough security topics?

Will XML syntax/schema be asked in version 6 of the exam ? Ivan's notes chapter 1 covers a lot of XML syntax. Should I skip some of them like inheritance in XML?

Any chapter(s) I should skip in Java Web Services Up and Running?


Yes, Ivan & MZ has covered almost all of them, still I'd suggest to go thru wiki:
WS-Trust (STS)
WS-Security
WS-SecureConversation
WS-Policy
XKMS
XACML
SAML

Per my exam experience, you can completely skip XML schema/syntax because there wasn't a single Question. But there were couple of questions on JAXB & JAXP.


Abhay Agarwal wrote:From where did you read topic - "Best practices of Web services" ?


No, I don't remember reading any other material except those mentioned in my initial post.



a sarkar wrote:Congratulations. How many of binary payload (MTOM/SwaRef) and SAAJ client related questions did you get? Of course, you wouldn't remember the exact number of questions, I mean were there a lot or just a couple?


There were couple of questions on MTOM/swaRef & SAAJ

 
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Congrats..
How many chapters do we need to read from 'Java Web Services Up and Running' book ?

Regards,
Niraj
 
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Where can I find the Ivan notes?


Thanks!
 
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Sign up a free account from slideshare.com and search for Oracle Certified Professional ,JEE 5 Web Services for Developer Study notes by Ivan A Krizsan. Version Feb 23rd, 2102.
It is still helpful for version 6.
 
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