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Recent posts by tony f

Hi,
Can anyone give me the link to the official EJB 1.1 specification?
Thanks.

According to a reply from roseannezhang somewhere in Javaranch, the figure of 120 hours was regarded as more realistic by the SCJD study group she uses - that would put you on target! This study group can be found under www.google.com by searching for SCJD Study Group, as far as I can remember, or try finding the original post.
Yours, Tony.
Ajith,
When I view the pdf file downloaded from www.theserverside.com the diagrams are not displayed properly - they are all black. Is this because I'm using the wrong Acrobat Reader version (I've got 3.0) - or is it just something I have to live with.
Thanks,
Tony.
[This message has been edited by tony f (edited August 22, 2000).]
One question worth asking is: which of the two can I get
quicker, Developer or Architect certification? I saw a post
from one Developer saying it took 60 hours over a two month
period for him to do the assignement. That sounds good.
Aaron Robinson's notes on the Architect exam seemed to
suggest quite a lot of heavy reading (three books) would
be needed just to get part I (which doesn't even get you a certificate!).
Does anyone have who has done the exams have any comments about these estimates/workloads?
[This message has been edited by tony f (edited August 15, 2000).]

Milind,
Thanks for those tips. I've now got things working.
Is there any RMI book you can recommend? I'm currently using "Java Enterprise in a Nutshell" from O'Reilly. While it is a good book, it doesn't cover these basic beginners' problems.
Thanks again, Tony.
20 years ago
In spite of following all of the steps in Gopalan's RMI tutorial
<http://www.execpc.com/~gopalan/java/java_rmi.html>;
things still aren't working. I get a nested AccessException: unknown host. Does anyone have an idea what I'm doing wrong? Thanks for any tips.
20 years ago