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hi all,

thankyou everyone for helping me to pass this exam.
i got 62 right out of 69.

i read Head first and bridgewater books.
i liked both but i prefer head first and for further certifications i am going to buy head first books

In exam.....
first 8 were design patterns
8 to 9 were drag and drop
2 to 4 from tag files
surprisingly only 3 from EL

i suggest everyone to try out classic tags (different ways we can get parent of tag)
in what sequence listeners,filters and servlets are called.

My next certification will be Rational Application Developer
thanks again for helping out.

one more thing
public static final int EVAL_BODY_AGAIN = 2
public static final int EVAL_BODY_BUFFERED = 2

both are having value 2 so practically doStartTag can return EVAL_BODY_AGAIN

all the best for all who are preparing for exam
 
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hi,

Congrates men
very good score!!

One more thing

one more thing
public static final int EVAL_BODY_AGAIN = 2
public static final int EVAL_BODY_BUFFERED = 2

both are having value 2 so practically doStartTag can return EVAL_BODY_AGAIN



u r very right given we are extending BodyTagSupport .But if in exams there comes a ques where they give EVAL_BODY_AGAIN as a return type of doStartTag() then what should be done??
i m very sure there would be a answer saying this is
(1)invalid return type
(2)body would be evaluated

Then what hsould be selected ??
Please clarify (did u face this situation)


cheers

regards
-santosh
 
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Congratz !!!
 
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Originally posted by srilatha kareddy:
hi all,

thankyou everyone for helping me to pass this exam.
i got 62 right out of 69.

i read Head first and bridgewater books.
i liked both but i prefer head first and for further certifications i am going to buy head first books

In exam.....
first 8 were design patterns
8 to 9 were drag and drop
2 to 4 from tag files
surprisingly only 3 from EL

i suggest everyone to try out classic tags (different ways we can get parent of tag)
in what sequence listeners,filters and servlets are called.

My next certification will be Rational Application Developer
thanks again for helping out.

one more thing
public static final int EVAL_BODY_AGAIN = 2
public static final int EVAL_BODY_BUFFERED = 2

both are having value 2 so practically doStartTag can return EVAL_BODY_AGAIN

all the best for all who are preparing for exam



Yes, I remember a question dealing with those constants when I took the exam.
 
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