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New to webservices, interested in OCEJWSD

 
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Hi guys. Last month I got ocpjp certification and now I am looking forward a few other JEE certifications. I am first interested in OCEJWSD. I've been reading the forum with useful books and resources such as the Java Web Services Up and Running. I have never compiled a web service before, and I am understanding its concepts by bits. Is this book recommended for complete newbies on webservices? I have tried running the codes from the book on server (The first sample, java application) but I had a url error etc...

Has anybody been in this situation, from complete webservice newbi to webservice expert? is there any reference in order to grasp the deeper contents?

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Hi Herland, its completely possible to get this certification after OCJP. But this certification is a bit tough as compared to other Java certifications but doable
I am also preparing for this certification. I am not able to study regularly, sometimes it creates some frustration.
Web Services up and running book is very good to prepare for this exam but not enough.

I am looking to write my exam in a month or two.

 
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