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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Well, the errata says to remove the NOFOLLOW_LINKS comment. Which means the case you mentioned isn't covered at all/either way.



Yep i think you should put that on the errata..
In the book of OCP: Oracle Certified Professional Java SE 8 Programmer II Study Guide: Exam 1Z0-809 in the page 475 states that Files.move method will follow links but in the documentation states that it's not and my opinion is that THERE IS NOT WAY to follow links using this method.

In the errata states that the NO_FOLLOW_LINKS should be removed and yes the errata is OK but you still can pass it but it will just be ignored by the JVM because is the default operation and cannot be changed and a LinkOption is a subclass of the CopyOption interface

My Question is why this is not in the errata???

This is how the book is read even with the errata...



 
Hey Guys i am close to try SCBCD 5.0 i have some question. i feel sorry if are quite easy for you.
i have reading the Last Minute Refresher Notes for SCBCD 5.0 - Raghavendra Balgi notes.

1). Session beans - REQUIRED,REQUIRES_NEW,MANDATORY. What is Wrong with [Never,NotSupported,Supported] is SessionBeans as TransactionAttribute.
2). deployment descriptor cannot be used to override the transaction-type associated with the bean. My question is What happens if i have in Bean Code As Required and in DD NotSupported. ignore? not deploy? who wins?
3). What Security Context and Transaction are involve with PrePersist,PostLoad,PostUpdate?
4). What Security Context and Transaction are involve with PrePersist,PostLoad,PostUpdate? using a separate EntityListener not the entity itself.
5). if i have a interface like doRefund() throws java.text.ParseException and ParseException is a checked exception not Annotated as Application Exception the Exception is still handle as Application Exception by the container?

thanks a lot.
Best Regards and God Bless.
7 years ago

Mikalai Zaikin wrote:

Cristian Daniel Ortiz Cuellar wrote:

Rajeev R Tumkur wrote:Pro EJB 3.0 is very useful for studying persistence part..



hey guys. for SCBCD 5.0 the book enterprise javabeans 3.1 is useful or 3.0

http://www.amazon.com/Enterprise-JavaBeans-3-0-Ric...rd-Monson-Haefel/dp/059600978X Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0.
http://www.amazon.com/Enterprise-JavaBeans-3-1-And...pd_vtp_b_2/175-3204604-4176840 Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1.

the Version of 3.1 works for SCBCD 5.0 or the version Using 3.0 is best suited for the exam. thanks a lot..



You need EJB 3.0 book, not EJB 3.1 book.


thanks Mikalai Zaikin. God Bless.

Rajeev R Tumkur wrote:Pro EJB 3.0 is very useful for studying persistence part..



hey guys. for SCBCD 5.0 the book enterprise javabeans 3.1 is useful or 3.0

http://www.amazon.com/Enterprise-JavaBeans-3-0-Ric...rd-Monson-Haefel/dp/059600978X Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0.
http://www.amazon.com/Enterprise-JavaBeans-3-1-And...pd_vtp_b_2/175-3204604-4176840 Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1.

the Version of 3.1 works for SCBCD 5.0 or the version Using 3.0 is best suited for the exam. thanks a lot..

Thakur Sachin Singh wrote:Always give latest Api certification, it gives you to understand the topic as well as help for the best job finding for you.


Thanks Thakur. i will go For SCBCD 5.0 can you give some tips about the next two Books..

http://www.amazon.com/Enterprise-JavaBeans-3-0-Richard-Monson-Haefel/dp/059600978X Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0.
http://www.amazon.com/Enterprise-JavaBeans-3-1-Andrew-Rubinger/dp/0596158025/ref=pd_vtp_b_2/175-3204604-4176840 Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1.

the Version of 3.1 works for SCBCD 5.0 or the version Using 3.0 is best suited for the exam. thanks a lot..

Ganesan Ponnusamy wrote:Oracle introduced expert level certifications to specialized in specific skills.


OCP Level

OCPJBCD (Java EE 5 EJB+ Java EE 5 JPA)
Oracle Certified Professional, Java EE 5 Business Component Developer (Formerly Sun Certified Business Component Developer (SCBCD)) certification provides knowledge required to develop Java EE 5 EJB and JPA applications.

=> http://www.epractizelabs.com/blog2/?p=134


OCE Level Certifications

OCE Java EE 6 EJB
Oracle Certified Expert, Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 6 Enterprise JavaBeans Developer certification provides knowledge required to develop Java EE 6 Enterprise applications using EJB.

=> http://www.epractizelabs.com/blog2/?p=91

OCE Java EE 6 JPA
Oracle Certified Expert, Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 6 Java Persistence API Developer certification provides knowledge required to develop Java EE 6 Enterprise applications using JPA.

=> http://www.epractizelabs.com/blog2/?p=98

which to choose.. SCBCD 5.0 or the 2 separated Exams?? thanks a lot.





hey Guys. how ya doing..

i am trying to get SCBCD. certification. i am getting ready.

i want to know the difference between. SCBCD 5.0 and SCBCD 6.0.??

in SCBCD 5.0 my JPA knowledge is evaluated? or in SCBCD 6.0(part 2 of the Exam.)

which do you recommend to me.
is SCBCD 5.0 is better than. SCBCD 6.0(Oracle Certified Expert, Java EE 6 Enterprise JavaBeans Developer) without JPA Developer.

thanks a lot..
hey guys how ya doin. i will try SCJD. can somebody give some tips.

1). which is the process. what exam testing. means.
2). which is the time for the task.
3). can somebody give some tips about the app.

best regards.
hey Guys how is everyting.. tomorrow is the day

i have a tricky question i think you can help. out i have 2 classes.

and

and i have a JSP.

the name is printed.. why is that..
i should not see the School name from a Instance of Person (School is not a property of person..)
i have try in java class. i canĀ“t see school name.. only name and age..
why in UseBean does.. i just thought i was doing a
and this is wrong. in a normal java class..
or useBean is doing a kind of

thanks a lot..

Frits Walraven wrote:

can Somebody give a example of ServletContext Attributes??'


Think of the ServletContext as a global space where you can add objects to (and read objects from) that should available to all the Servlets. So basically any object you would like to be available can be added to the ServletContext as an attribute.

ServletContext init parameters are those parameters that you define in the web.xml

Regards,
Frits


Thanks Great.. you mean servlets.. you mean (Servlets) As JSP View... i mean servletContext in a JSP as well right..

Arjun Anand wrote:

Originally posted by Tom Arons:
I think these specs are maybe a detailed explanation to say that sessions can migrate to other VM's. Each VM has a separate instance of ServletContext and so do not rely on state information in ServletContext.


That is what even I thought. But wanted to confirm if my understanding is right.


can Somebody give a example of ServletContext Attributes??'
i understand ServletContext parameters maybe i am wrong..

thanks..
Hey Guys i am working with JQGRID. i have a question. i hope you guys can help me..

i am receiving the data from the server..

and it's working great..


my question is. how do i can retrieve the values of LeftAmount and RightAmount.....

thanks a lot. and God Bless.

Tim Whitney wrote:Did you ever figure out a solution to this problem?



not yet unfortunately..

Hebert Coelho wrote:Is there any other queries running when you start you app?



i have found a drawback. but still without solution the same code with the same parameters running on the normal java class. is returning the columns without fetch. that's why it's fast. but in the servlet. is returning the data as well.. why is this happening... that's why is so slow..
Images of LogFactor5.

Servlet Results: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=OQ7XLSQH
Java Normal Class: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=SVWI1JET

best regards.