Microsoft has specified more than thirty objectives for the 70-529 test, which are grouped under six topics. Following are some important areas in which an individual should possess good knowledge before taking the 70-529 test:

  1. Creating and configuring an XML Web service method using one way method, Web method, and WebMethodAttribute class.
  2. Configuring a Web service method by using the properties of the WebMethodAttribute attribute.
  3. Building and deploying a Web service application using Web setup project or Cab project.
  4. Configuring and formatting SOAP messages.
  5. Configuring a Web service application either by using a Machine.config file or a Web.config file.
  6. Configuring a Web services communication protocol and specifying the parameter formatting and parameter style.
  7. Managing session state in Web services and implementing session state by using the Application object or Session object.
  8. Implementing SOAP headers and adding a custom SOAP header class, and creating a public instance of the custom SOAP header class in a Web service class.
  9. Applying a SoapHeader attribute to a Web method and, accessing and processing a SOAP header in a Web method.
  10. Implementing and configuring SOAP extensions.
  11. Creating and configuring a server application either programmatically or by configuration files.
  12. Creating a client application to access a remote object. Configuring a client application either programmatically or by configuration files.
  13. Debugging, deploying, and hosting a remoting application and use performance counters to monitor a remote application.
  14. Creating and serializing remotable types and configuring a serialization formatter, binary formatter, and SOAP formatter.
  15. Managing the lifetime of remote objects and initializing and renewing the lifetime of a remote object.
  16. Calling Web methods asynchronously.
  17. Calling remoting methods asynchronously and implementing one-way methods by using OneWay attribute.
  18. Implementing events in remoting applications by creating, raising, and handling events.
  19. Enabling WSE in client and server applications and adding references to WSE assemblies in client applications.
  20. Editing the Web service proxy class to derive from the WebServicesClientProtocol class
  21. Adding a digital signature to a SOAP message and verifying an existing SOAP message signature.
  22. Encrypting and decrypting a SOAP message.
  23. Implementing a policy for a Web service application.
  24. Creating a policy file either by manually or by the WseConfigEditor3 tool.
  25. Implementing filters in a Web service application.
  26. Creating custom input and output filters.
  27. Implementing WSE SOAP messaging either by using one-way SOAP messaging or bi-directional SOAP messaging.
  28. Sending and receiving the attachments from a Web service application.
  29. Routing SOAP message by using WSE router.
  30. Creating and configuring a WSE router application and configuring a referral cache for routing.
  31. Adding and verifying security credentials.
  32. Creating, configuring, and accessing a serviced component.
  33. Implementing security and adding a reference to a serviced component in an application.
  34. Creating, deleting, and set permission on a message queue.
  35. Sending messages to a message queue and deleting messages from a message queue.
  36. Verifying a message source by using a certificate and extracting response queue details from a message.
  37. Composing and sending a response to a queue and applying a rule to a message queue.

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