My Books

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Here you can find my electronic books. They are made available for personal use, redistribution is not allowed.
Moved the books to Google Drive, which should be more convenient to download from.

It has been brought to my attention that links to my books are pasted in forums etc. I kindly ask people to link to this webside (My Books), as it will be more permanent than the actual location of the PDF files, which may be moved in the future. Thanks!

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8 thoughts on “My Books

  1. Anant Mane

    Hi Sir,

    I am preparing for the web service 6 certification exam. Got to know that ur notes on the topic is a must read.Can u please mail me ur notes.

    Thank you in advance.

    Anant Mane

    1. Ivan Krizsan Post author

      First of all, I have only written about the Java EE 5 Web Services Developer Certified Professional exam, so regretfully there is no book that I have written available for the more recent versions of the exam.
      However, people have found the book on the Java EE 5 Web Services Developer Certified Professional exam useful even when preparing for the Java EE 6 version of the exam and I imagine that some, if not most, parts are still relevant.
      Finally, all my books are available above, without charge, for anyone to download. Regretfully I do not have the time to send copies by mail.
      Good luck with the exam!

  2. Herland

    Hello Ivan, thanks for sharing your notes. Upon reading page 85 of your pdf notes on web services, in the third frame of xml, soap:body appears before soap:header, and in the soapbinding:header section you mentioned that the header must go before soapbinding:body. Is that a mistake or something I did not understand well? regards.

    1. Ivan Krizsan Post author

      First of all, the specifications also show an example where the element precedes the element:
      Second, neither the WSDL XML schema, at, nor the SOAP extension to the WSDL XML schema, at, stipulate any specific ordering of the elements in the element.
      Finally, even an example in the WS Basic Profile 1.1 show an example with the element preceding the element:
      Thus I would say that no specific ordering is mandated.

      I think that what I wanted to say on page 84 is that in the example shown, the element is located before the element. It was quite some time since I wrote this and I must admit that I should have expressed myself more clearly. Thanks for bringing this to my attention!

  3. venu

    Hi Ivan,
    Thanks for sharing for books. It is very useful for us. Can you please update Java EE 6 web component Developer Study Notes. I hope you will, thank you.

    1. Ivan Krizsan Post author

      Sorry, I currently neither have any plans nor time to update my books or write any new books.
      Best wishes!

  4. Chinmay

    Hi Ivan

    I read your book on Java EE 5 Web Services Developer Certified Professional exam and really gained good knowledge. I started reading the Spring 2.5 study notes I find few code reference links of the skeleton of the project when i click on the same it does nothing. Is the code repository n any other location if yes please suggest the link on the same

    1. Ivan Krizsan Post author

      The Spring book is eight years old and a lot has happened since. To be honest, I suggest reading some other, more up-to-date, book on the Spring framework.
      Happy coding!

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