Shiao Bing

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Originally posted by Sanjay pts:
HI
Chern-Jer Shiao

Congratulations.

Marks doesnt matter as now you are certified professional.
Congartulation for _____(2)____ ??? for certification.

1)scjp
2)scwcd
3)scbcd
4)etc..etc..etc..
Please specify

Thanx
sanjay

16 years ago
for simplicity, just put the jar under root folder

%TOMCAT_HOME%/webapps/myapp/tray.jar

In JNLP, reference the jar file like this

<jar href="http://127.0.0.1:8080/myapp/tray.jar" main="true"/>

in real, you won't do this. you will put the jar under

/WEB-INF/lib/tray.jar

and use DownloadServlet to obtain the jar file and stream to client.
16 years ago
I've done this. In your servlet, or struts action, do this.

16 years ago
My understanding is the attributes in request scope are thread safe.

Originally posted by PNS Subramanian:
1) A question regarding the examination - for multiple choice questions, wouldn't it be mentioned that 2 answers are correct or 3 answers are correct ?

2) Any other learning resource other than Head First (and ofcourse Javaranch)?



Head First Mock Exam does not tell how many correct answer. Better to think this way rather the other.

Good luck
Just passed today, but got 0% on Garbage Collection. I found that is't difficult to study gc behavior because I can't do a simple programming test.
String o=new String("true");
String[] oa=new String[1];
oa[0]=o;
o=null;
oa[0]="";
oa=null;
return;
How do I know when o is eligible to gc?
20 years ago