Desai Sandeep

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Congratulations Sunny
-- Sandeep
Cold you check if the generated classes is there in your class path.That could be the reason.
Let me know if you still face problems.
Thanks,
Sandeep
17 years ago
I remember this topic coming up at Serverside.com.I suggest you search the site for more information.I will try to get some information from my end and will let you know on this.
Thanks,
17 years ago
Please let me know how I can help you with the JDeveloper Exam.As such if you have some experience with this product the exam should be easy to pass.
Regards,
17 years ago
Raghavender,
Could you let us know the error/expecption that you are getting.Perhaps we might be able to help you.
Regards,
17 years ago
Leon,
Congratulations
17 years ago
Hi Nguyen,
I would think Collection.iterator() as a factory method since the Collection interface is a single contact to create instances of Iterator.
Would like to know the opinion of other Javaranchers.
Regards,
Sandeep
[ March 22, 2002: Message edited by: Desai Sandeep ]
Ather,
Please note that we cannot allow real questions to be posted in Javaranch forums, as it would mean violation of the BrainBench's copyright rules.Hence, as per Javaranch policies,any real questions posted in the forums will be deleted!
To discuss a question from a mock exam like the IBM Pre-assessment Test, I suggest you mention about it, so that we know it's not from the real test.
Thank you.
Regards,
Sandeep
Ather,
Please note that we cannot allow real questions to be posted in Javaranch forums, as it would mean violation of the BrainBench's copyright rules.Hence, as per Javaranch policies,any real questions posted in the forums will be deleted!
To discuss a question from a mock exam like the IBM Pre-assessment Test, I suggest you mention about it, so that we know it's not from the real test.
Thank you.
Regards,
Sandeep
Ather,
Please note that we cannot allow real questions to be posted in Javaranch forums, as it would mean violation of the BrainBench's copyright rules.Hence, as per Javaranch policies,any real questions posted in the forums will be deleted!
To discuss a question from a mock exam like the IBM Pre-assessment Test, I suggest you mention about it, so that we know it's not from the real test.
Thank you.
Regards,
Sandeep
[This message has been edited by Desai Sandeep (edited December 28, 2001).]
Great Scores Atif, Keep it up.
Sandeep

Originally posted by shailesh sonavadekar:
By the way , can anybody explain what is PMP ? is it Project Management Professional From PMI , USA ?


Yes Shailesh, that's correct!You may find more information on this Certification at PMI Certification Site
BTW, are you planning to take this Certification.I intend to take it some time in the near future.
Thanks,
Sandeep
Hi Todd,
We have had all kinds of experiences with Test 486!
Some find it simple, while others find it more difficult (or should I say more tricker!) than one usually expects it to be.May be this is because we work in the paradigm of the IBM pre-assessment test.There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that the actual test is on a different difficulty level when compared to the pre-assessment test.So the secret to score more in this test could be to see beyond the IBM pre-assessment test.
I also had a bad experience with this test by scoring about 10% lower than what I had expected.I had put in about 3 months of effort for the test, especially since I was new to OOAD concepts.
Since you seem to have about 12 months of experience in OOAD and now that you have taken this test once, I believe 1 - 1.5 months of effort before taking the test once again should see your through with a respectable score.
Good Luck,
Sandeep
[This message has been edited by Desai Sandeep (edited December 16, 2001).]
I suggest you browse through the entire book once and then depending on the test objectives of Test 486, go through that book again.
-- Sandeep
Hi Ilja,

Originally posted by Ilja Preuss:
How does waterfall substitute for the ongoing customer involvement???


Although, I am not advocating what the author had to say, I probably feel that the ongoing customer requirement/changes does not play a role in waterfall methodology which is unlike the RAD methodology.So in the case of RAD, you need to have active customer involvement which is not required in Waterfall process.

Originally posted by Ilja Preuss:
So you can't show the customer that the batch system is doing what she expects it to do?


I agree with you.I donot think if you have lot of batch processing you should shift from RAD to Waterfall process.May be the author again puts its from client involvement perspective.Since Batch processing is one time design spec (the changes ofcourse could be handled by change requests which the author proposes!), one may not require as much client involvement as you would normally do while designing applications with RAD.
May be he wants to say why do you want to show the customer what you are doing while designing batch systems?Why not show him after the whole design/construct process is over- after all it doesnot require user interaction!
In any case, I have mailed him for requesting further information on the same.
Thank you for your views,
Sandeep
[This message has been edited by Desai Sandeep (edited December 11, 2001).]