Rodney Teggins

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Recent posts by Rodney Teggins

It's vanilla as possible. Thanks, I hoped it was that easy..
Cheers
Rodney
19 years ago
It's vanilla as possible. Thanks, I hoped it was that easy..
Cheers
Rodney
19 years ago
Hi
I'm developing a web app (with Tomcat) on my laptop running XP, the hosting provider I'm looking at runs tomcat on Linux. To deploy my app will it be a simple case of dropping the .war file onto the linux server or will I need to build on the linux box? I suspect it will be the later but any clarification would be helpful..
I've placed a similar post under TOMCAT but thought this might be a better place for a quick answer..
Thanks
Rodney
19 years ago
Hi
I know this must be a simple answer but.. I'm developing my web app on my laptop which is running XP. The hosting provider I'm likely to go with has Tomcat/mySQL running on lynix.. does this mean I'll have to load up the raw .java files and build on the lynix box or can I simple drop my .war file ? I sort of expect that I might have to build on the lynix box but I've heard that lynix can read win based text files...
Are there any other issues of which I should be aware?
Thanks
Rodney
[ October 09, 2002: Message edited by: Rodney Teggins ]
19 years ago
Hi
Yesterday I passed the SCJP with 77%. Was expecting more code based questions but got hit with several IO/Thread which statement is true rather than what is the result type questions.. oh well.
I�ve been another reasonably silent observer of various threads� Thanks to all here at javaranch (esp MarcusG, Corey, Val, Jamal..)
My results from mocks:
MG#1 78%
MG#2 80%
MG#3 82%
Vals 59%
I used Bill Brogden's exam cram book.
Regards
Rodney
20 years ago
THanks for that, let's hope it turns out okay for me then...
Cheers
Rodney
Hi all
What is a reasonable score in Vals exam? one that you say indicates that you should have no problem in the real one? I've done MG#1(76%),2(80%) going to do MG#3 tomorrow, then revise and do Vals exam Monday..
I have the real exam tuesday so I'd like to know your thoughts.. whilst I've read the comments previous about the correlation between MG and your expected score haven't noticed much in passing on Vals.
Thanks
Rodney
Clement
Until //3 has been executed the reference "s" is still pointing at the original object so can't be before this statement. At //4 "s" now points at a new object and the unreferenced object is now eligable. (At the end of //3..)
Rodney
Thanks for this explaination Jose, Corey, Mike et al as I too was somewhat confused about the meaning of protected although I didn't know it until I saw this post!
R
hi,
From memory this is the DB name. Sould be in the TNSNAMES.ORA or similar file which I think is in NET or NET8 directory. It should be something like ORCL... make sure the TNSListener service is running..
Hope this helps
Rodney