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Hey everybody,

I'm about to finish my study on Web Component and I have already planned a date to pass the exam (around May 2014). And I want to plan the next one ... but I don't know which exam I will take next to SCWCD because my natural choice will be EJB, but my professional experience require a big knowledge about Web Services.
Do you think it's better to focus on web service at the beginning or EJB ?

Maybe it's better if I say, do I need some knowledge from EJB to start Web services, or some knowledge about Web Services to start EJB ?

If I want to start Web Services, which book do you recommend (if there is a book ) ? For EJB, I have already bought the edition from O'reilly, EJB 3.1.

I saw on this link ScdjwsLinks the following book : java web services up and running. What do you think about this book ?

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Hey Slim Soltani Dridi

The choice is fully depends on your interest and knowledge level on those areas. In my opinion OCE Web Services is good for career potential and it covers few specifications of EJB too.

If you have plan to take both EJB and web services certifications then finish EJB certification first. The book you are referring for OCE WSD certification is good; especially the JAX-RS part.
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