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Hmm, I DO know how people achieve 100% scores but you can't write
about it here.... :-)
Hmm, I DO know how people achieve 100% scores but you can't write
about it here.... :-)

Originally posted by gkcom gk:

Base base = new Sub(); // 1
I1 i1 = base; // 2
Sub sub = (Sub)base; // 3
I2 i2 = (Sub)base; // 4
}}

I have doubt on line 4 . How base is getting assigned to i2



Base is NOT assigned to i2. The OBJECT base is referring to is assigned to i2. This object is of class Sub which implements I2.

Another option would be to cast base to I2:

I2 i2 = (I2) base; // 4

HTH,
Regards,
Rick
Hi,

I have installed the EJB3 feature pack on my WebSphere Application Server 6.1.

I'm using RAD7 as my development tool. Is it possible to install some sort of plug in which will give me EJB3.0 support in RAD7?

Regards,
Rick
Hi,

I have installed the EJB3 feature pack on my WebSphere Application Server 6.1.

I'm using RAD7 as my development tool. Is it possible to install some sort of plug in which will give me EJB3.0 support in RAD7?

Regards,
Rick
Hi,

I have installed the 6.1.0.3-WAS-EJB3-Alpha-FeaturePack.pak on my
WebSphere Application 6.1 server so I should be able to use EJB3
on my application server. The thing I need next is some EJB3.0 support
in my de Rational Software Architect to create EJB3.0 projects.

I've also downloaded a jboss plugin for eclipse but I can't make it work
in RSA.

Does someone have info how to prepare RSA7 to create EJB3.0 projects?

Any help would be appreciated!

Regards,
Rick
15 years ago
Hi,

I read your post too late. I don't understand
what you're asking.

Could you be more specific?

Success with the exam!

Regards,
Rick
Hi,

Just got back from the exam-centre where I passed the IBM 829 exam.
It was a fairly difficult exam. What resources did I use?

1. JSR168 specs. It think about 40% of the exam is related to this
2. The student notes books of course WP610.

There were some odd questions like: what kind of rights do you need to install RAD7

Also a question on AJAX(XMLHttpRequest)

Questions about portal services, credential vault and business process integration, composite applications, JSF (which I didn't learn about) and struts) and cooperative portlets (broker service)

Regards,
Rick
[ May 07, 2007: Message edited by: Rick Rangers ]
Hi Marcelo,

Thanks! When I'v done the exam I'll give
a report on my findings here!

Regards,
Rick
Hi,

I'm doing the IBM 829 next monday. Is there anyone who has
done this exam? Is it more or less difficult than the 399
exam?

Regards,
Rick
Hi,

I would start doing the execises given by IBM itself:

IBM prepration series

If you follow this tutorial you will have the basic experience you need
to work with RAD6. After completion, you should start studying MZ's notes.

After that, take the MM test from MZ. Confident enough? Take the test!

Good luck!
Regards,
Rick
Hi,

From what I've heard 256 is much more difficult than 255. I've taken
255 recently and learned a lot about RAD. I would recommend MZ's notes as the main study resource. Also IBM's pdf's are very usefull to get to know RAD.

HTH,

regards,
Rick
Congratulations!!

Thanks for sharing your resources with us!

Regards,
Rick