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Hi,
I have a scenario wherein I have 2 wars bundled in a single ear & deployed on Websphere 6. Is there a way to invoke methods of War 2 from War 1 without using webservices or ejbs?

Thanks for any help/suggestions.

Regards,
J
14 years ago
Hi,
I have a scenario wherein I have 2 wars bundled in a single ear & deployed on Websphere 6. Is there a way to invoke methods of War 2 from War 1 without using webservices or ejbs?

Thanks for any help/suggestions.

Regards,
J
14 years ago
Thanks Satya..

It is very important to study HFSJ thoroughly. You should be well versed with every nook & corner of this book.
I had noticed there were questions in HFSJ which were not covered in the text of the chapters such as Dynamic Attributes, NamedDispatcher,details on tag files, web.xml elements like <resource-ref> etc..

So just try & earmark a week of your prep to glance through the specs.

Let me know if that answers your questions.

Cheers!!
Michael,

You missed the essence of the post here or else you have got the definition of 'bragging' wrong.
Not that I need to clarify myself to you but the point was to reinforce the fact that HFSJ was a great companion (along with the specs) to clear the test. The content was in accordance with the course objectives for the test & also it has helped me be a better S&J programmer.

If my fellow ranchers also feel that I was 'bragging', then I request the moderators to delete this post. But only if Mr. Ku has a problem, then I feel he needs to be educated that such posts & his choice of words really leave a bad taste & helps no one.

I have noticed Mr. Ku has posted the same message in another thread.

[Christophe: removed not too nice comment]

Cheers!!

[ July 31, 2007: Message edited by: Jayant Raj ]
[ July 31, 2007: Message edited by: Christophe Verre ]
Hi All,
Just wanted to inform you that I cleared SCWCD today & scored 91%.

My strategy was to:

- *Study* (not read) HFSJ at least 3 times thorougly.
- Went through the servlet & jsp specs.
- Whizlab mock exams in the final days of prep & HFSJ exam on the penultimate day.

Special thanks to authors of HFSJ Bryan, Kathy & Bert. HFSJ is abolutely the best in the business.

Cheers!!
It is 'value' & the same has been confirmed in HFSJ errata page.
Hence, the answer should be D.

configure the JSP container to ignore EL expressions



The question is how the JSP container can be configured to ignore EL expressions which I would read as "Ignore EL expressions application wide".

EL evaluation is enabled by default.

Evaluation of EL expressions can be ignored application wide by configuring it in the deployment descriptor :


However, you can override this behaviour in specific JSPs by using isELIgnored = "false" in the page directive.
I agree as well. The answer should be 'E'.
Got my answer here .


Cheers guys!!
Hi,
My answers to the filter exercise are as follows :

1 , 5
1 , 2 , 5 *
1 , 4 , 5 *
5
1 , 3 , 5

However, the answers in HFSJ for (2) & (3) are :
1 , 5 , 2
1 , 5 , 4

I am not sure I understand why the order in HFSJ answer is different from mine. I would take it that filter 5 is declared as the last filter in the snippet, it should be always at the end of the chain?

Thanks for any insight!!
Paul & William.. Many thanks for the response.
I have java code deployed in Websphere 5 & 6 servers that fires a MQ message to get the data from the backend. I get a byte[] back & I convert the same to a string & then parse it for information.
Do you reckon it is something to do with the character sets used in the JVM of the servers?
If yes, how do I change the character set used?

Thanks.
14 years ago
Hi,

I have a situation wherin I am firing MQ requests to a backend system to get some data. The data is a string on the backend system 'Credit 1 [1000] '.
The MQ server uses character encoding ISO-8859-1.

However, when this data is read by a Websphere 5 environment, I get 'Credit 1 �1000! ' back.
The same when read by a Websphere 6 environment gives me 'Credit 1 000! '.

How do i resolve this? I have tried setting the 'client.encoding.override' to ISO-8859-1 / UTF-8 in the Websphere server.. But no success!!!
14 years ago