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which edition of Java Web Services : Up and Running to be used for OCEJWSD?

 
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Hello all,

I am starting preparation for OCEJWSD and have read SCDJWSLinks.
Though there are two editions available for book Java Web Services: Up and Running. I would like to know which edition should I go for.

 
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I recommend the 1st edition. In this edition, read chapter 1-6. You can skip the topics of Restlet framework, WADLing, Yahoo/Amazon web services, @Entity.
 
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Hi Himai, I'll start with it ASAP. Thanks for help
 
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Curious, why the first edition and not the second?
Thanks.
 
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It is because I read the first edition and found it helpful. But it does not hurt to read the second edition.
This helps you to understand the basics of JAX-WS ,message handler and security policy.
For JAX-RS, refer to Bill Burke's Java Restful Service with JAX-RS published by O'reilly.
You still need to read Ivan's notes, MZ's notes and quizzes (email to MZ for his quizzes), Ethuware and EPractice Lab at least to pass the exam.

 
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