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Recent posts by Salah Lejmi

Hi Mikalai,

thank you very much for your reply. It is already very helpful for me.

In your Study Guide for Web Services 6 you had a detailed list of stuff, which is potentially an exam topic.

Do you have the same thing for this exam!  Just a detailed TOC. That would be very very very helpful!!!

Thank you in advance.
Salah Lejmi
Congratulations.

It will very interesting to know how many questions per topic are on the exam. This information is on right side of your score report.

Could you please send it to this thread.

Thanks.

Salah.
Hi Reza,

First of all: Great Book, i decided today to continue my preparation for SCBCD with it. (fortunately i am at the beginning)

One suggestion: would you please provide a possibility to submit own errata and also provide a download link to these "unconfirmed errata". I saw some other books doing this. I find it very useful.

After reading your book, maybe i will make some other suggestions if any.
(und sure if your book is not yet on market )
[ October 31, 2008: Message edited by: Salah Lejmi ]

Originally posted by Reza Rahman:
Salah,

Are you using EJB 3 remoting by accident or on purpose? The problem you are having indicates an RMI connectivity issue, possibly because of a firewall, but it could also be some kind of weird network misconfiguration.

The "from" syntax definitely won't work unless you are using Hibernate. Even then, it's not a good idea...I am shocked the Bill Burke book would include such code. I certainly did not catch that when I read it myself.

The code you have posted is fine otherwise. The problem is elsewhere.

Thanks,
Reza

P.S.: What you are using is called JPQL, not "EJB query language". That refers to EJBQL in EJB 2.x Entity Beans.

[ October 31, 2008: Message edited by: Reza Rahman ]



First of all, thank you much for the reply.
Second, it was in fact in the oreilly book in many sections:
- 9.1. Query API:

- 25.1.6. FlushModeType Behavior
- I saw it also elsewhere in the book

but it is as you said not a valid syntax for JPQL (thank you for the explanation) and because it was a bit strange to me, i looked in the unconfirmed errata of this book. And in fact it was inside as a mistake. (because of this mistake so much trouble and testings but anyway, i am learning ). The unconfirmed errata text contains the right answer:

I tested this syntax and it worked fine. Thank you all for your help.
[ October 31, 2008: Message edited by: Salah Lejmi ]

Originally posted by Christophe Verre:

Where is the SELECT ?



i read this syntax in the oreilly book.

i tried also with "select from ..." and "select * from ..." but still getting error message.

how would you write the query in the ejb-syntax ?
[ October 31, 2008: Message edited by: Salah Lejmi ]
hi, i have an entity session bean (service bean) with following method:


The Cabin class is defined as follows:


I am getting following console output



Anyone knows why the query with ejb-syntax does not work?
[ October 31, 2008: Message edited by: Salah Lejmi ]
I know about SCJP that more then 500 Thousands have this certificate.

Does anybody have precise statistics about SCJP, SCJD, SCWCD, SCBCD, SCJDWS and SCEA ??
11 years ago
Thank you All.

Jothi do you live in Deutschland :-) ?
11 years ago
congratulations

I have much appreciation for your minimalistic art.

Short time, little effort and success.
[ October 30, 2008: Message edited by: Salah Lejmi ]
11 years ago
congratulations !

Yes, the SCWCD one is very interesting and funny !

I wish you success for your future.
11 years ago
good score !
congratulations !
11 years ago
congratulations !!!
11 years ago

Originally posted by Anton Golovin:


Don't attack it too much, or they won't let you into the test site (or out of it).

[ October 24, 2008: Message edited by: Anton Golovin ]




Originally posted by Anton Golovin:


What do you expect to get out of the certificate?



I am looking for a job right now, and these certificates will surely increase the chances to get one and not only that, it will make the negociations about salary something easier
11 years ago