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Importance of WS-Addressing, WS-Policy, WSIT on exam?

 
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So I'm doing Enthuware's simulator in Leitner mode. It seems like there are a lot of simulation questions on this area (WS-Addressing, WS-Policy, etc). Does the importance in the simulator accurately portray the importance on the exam? I can muddle through some, but I'm trying to assess if it's worth thoroughly learning this area compared to focusing on other areas.

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You need to know how the WSDL looks like with WS-Addressing enabled.
 
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Not everybody gets the same set of questions on the real exam. However you can expect at least one question in that line (WS-Policy, WS-Addressing). WSIT is a different story: not everything from the WSIT tutorial is being asked, but be sure you don't skip this.

To give you an overview of what specs are important, check this Thread.
 
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