fadi mujahid

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I totally agree with you
Regarding the Wrox J2EE book: I have read some chapters, and found them copy-cats of some of the tutorials at sun and jGuru. I am not sure about the rest of the book, but the ones I read were disappointing as they add nothing to the free available tutorials.
Regards
So is it better to wait and do the new exam instead of doing the old one now, and then do the upgrade?
Thanks
Hello
Can u please point out for me some resources (books, articles, etc.) on the following exam objectives:

1. Concepts
2. Common architectures
3. Legacy connectivity
4. Protocols
5. Applicability of J2EE

Thanks
Hello guys
Finally I did it! I postponed this assignment for a long time, but then I finished it, and I passed.
I lost 5 points on my GUI, 2 on documentation, and 5 on server.
I was expecting this grade, especailly that I did a horrible design for the server.
1- I used sockets
2- I modified the Data class, which is not good because I ended up doing a lot of addition to the class (constitutes an extend).
3- The user cannot change the connection mode (local/remote) once the software is started.
4- I provided online help through an html page
5- the design document was in HTML
I think that Sun should do a better job in grading these assignments in such they should provide more accurate explanation of the grades. For example, I am not sure what caused my lost 2 grades for the documentaion: code comments, design doc, online help, etc.
I will stay around for a couple of days to answer any questions that you might have.
Thanks for the great help this forum has provided me with
Best regards
Hello guys
Finally I did it! I postponed this assignment for a long time, but then I finished it, and I passed.
I lost 5 points on my GUI, 2 on documentation, and 5 on server.
I was expecting this grade, especailly that I did a horrible design for the server.
1- I used sockets
2- I modified the Data class, which is not good because I ended up doing a lot of addition to the class (constitutes an extend).
3- The user cannot change the connection mode (local/remote) once the software is started.
4- I provided online help through an html page
5- the design document was in HTML
I think that Sun should do a better job in grading these assignments in such they should provide more accurate explanation of the grades. For example, I am not sure what caused my lost 2 grades for the documentaion: code comments, design doc, online help, etc.
I will stay around for a couple of days to answer any questions that you might have.
Thanks for the great help this forum has provided me with
Best regards
21 years ago
Hello
How about books/articles to cover the following topics:
1. Concepts
2. Common architectures
3. Legacy connectivity
4. Protocols
5. Applicability of J2EE
?

Thanks
Thanks for the tips.
Why would mentioning the directory path be useful?
Thanks
Hello
I need some details about the essay part of the exam. I submitted my assignment today, and I am going fo rthe essay part next week.
Is the exam made specifically for each assignment? I mean, would they ask me about my specific code and design that I sent, or is it a general one.
Please help
Thanks
Hello
Do you have to read all of the XML Professional book for the XML exam, or there are some specific topics that should be studied?
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Hello
I am planning on starting the SCEA trip soon. What are the required readings for Part I of this certificate?
Thanks
I am using a frame for that (instead of the dialog) and the focus is switched automatically.
Regarding the first question of Walid, depending on the design of your application, it will/won't matter if both remote and local clients are accessing the same database.
I did what Thomas said: make the server (in my case sockets) only a tool to access the database locally tot the server. So, whether u have multiple local clients, or multiple remote clients, or a mix of both doesn't matter.
Regarding testing the application remotely, you don't need a web server for that. All what u need is a LAN with two computers: the server running on one, and the client running on another.
If it is not possible to have two computers, u can use one computer and run teh client and server on two JVM, and use localhost to point to the server address.
Hope this helps
How do u specify the file name and path to load it to the JEditorPanel? keep in mind that you do not know the name of the directory that the source file reside in
thanks
You have just come to the right place.
First and foremost, this application is to test your ability to develop Java software. It is not intended to be a perfect software or to make perfect sense (the binary database is an example of non-sense).
As for the local mode, it has to connect directly to the file locally (localhost won't do at all). And yes, the file has to be in the client side.
So, you will have two connection modes (mutually execlusive):
1- Network: u have to specify the server DNS name (or IP), and the port number. In my case I also added the name and path of the file on the server (for example c:\scjd\db\db.db)
2- Locally: you need to specify the file name and path (for example: c:\scjd\db\db.db)
Hope this helps
Best regards