Woo Hoo I passed his Mock. It only took me three tries. But I have a question about this question. What is correct. Look at the explanation then loko at the correct answer, don't they contradict each other? Question 54 The Valid return types for doAfterBody are A EVAL_BODY B EVAL_BODY_AGAIN C SKIP_PAGE D SKIP_BODY
Explanation: EVAL_BODY and SKIP_BODY are valid return types for doAfterBody The answer qiven by you is 23 The correct answer is 24
But the correct answers are: EVAL_BODY_AGAIN and SKIP_Body. A/c to "WCD for J2EE Platform Study Notes for the Beta Exam" which i downloaded from net. :roll: Plz correct me if i am missing something Bye,
Poonam Akash,<br />Sun Certified Java Programmer,<br />Sun Certified Web Component Developer.<br />Good luck may be an opportunity that keep the door open,BUT hardwork always keeps the door open!!
Merk, actually doAfterBody() is declared in IterationTag interface which can return SKIP_BODY & EVAL_BODY_AGAIN implemented in TagSupport class. But BodyTagSupport class overrides it with another return type EVAL_BODY_BUFFERED and that's not an answer in ur list. So the earlier two r right answers.... I once went thru Anand's mock & got 71%. Finally got 81% in the real exam. So u r in a good shape to pass. When r u appearing?
Ashik Uzzaman Senior Member of Technical Staff, Salesforce.com, San Francisco, CA, USA.
Joined: Jun 03, 2000
The correct answers are: EVAL_BODY_AGAIN and SKIP_PAGE. acc to Michell's notes. - satya
OOPS The correct answers are EVAL_BODY_AGAIN and SKIP_BODY. again acc. to Michell's notes. My mistake. Boy was I thinking of my weekend or what? Sorry Mark, you still get 74 %. Thanks Poonam, Ashik. - satya
Ok. I am planning to take the test in a month maybe. I am still very weak at JSPs. I understand the Servlets very well. Even though I haven't written a single web app. I am starting to wonder if I should take the test. In my current position, We do nothing on the web. I wish the web had a better GUI to design complex forms. But the form objects/fields look to me is ugly, and needs a huge overhaul. Nah, I'll still take it. Maybe one of these days I'll actually get to use it.
A webSphere project guy from a small company told me that they don't use JSP, Servlets at all. They use Swing-Clients instead to connect to the EJB-Apps. I think it is possible to build not that bad looking web-apps, especially if u know some DHTML and have some graphic_design experts in the company. Axel
I worked on product development where we have Jave Swing clients which talk to EJB's, then web apps which talk to EJB's and non-java clients which talk to EJB's and it was a fentastic expereince working on that project. I worked on that project for about 13 months in singapore and it was a huge learning curve for me. Well, work at singapore is like But still its a great experience. Well, finally the preference of client(Swing/HTML) boils down to the probelm statement! and business proposition, mostly its a political decision than a technical one.
Ram Dhan Yadav (SCJP, SCWCD, SCJA-I, IBM EC(483))
"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit."
oh, Mark. you like a rocket at my first glance! I know you have passed SCJD only 3 weeks before. Now you passed SCWCD!! How good are you! but actually... I uploaded my SCJD assigment and took essay exam on 11, Jan. But no response now. I am impatient very much.
Sun Certificated JAVA Programmer(SCJP)<br />Sun Certificated JAVA Developer(SCJD)<br />Sun Certified Web Component Developer(SCWCD)
Um Dennis. Hehehehe. Look at the title of this topic. I only passed Anand's Mock exam. Not the real thing yet. I am going to study for about another month, then take it. I really just need to get the JSP stuff learned well. Thanks though Mark