Kamlesh Devani

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Hi

Please contact me at kamlesh.devani@gmail.com

I have a SCJP voucher and I am ready to sell it at Rs. 3500 ONLY. The validity is 11th Oct 2009.

Regards,
Kamlesh Devani.
13 years ago
The previous Vouchers(1 year back) were valid all over the world. But from now Sun has started to make the vouchers valid within the candidate country from which it is purchased.
Congrats a v good score and thanks a lot for such a valuable information
15 years ago
Congrats. a v good score and thanks a lot for such a valuable information.
Congrats. a v good score and thanks a lot for such a valuable information.
15 years ago
Hello, I have one question. Kindly please tell us what are the relevant chapters to be referred from blue-prints?

Thanks in advance.
15 years ago
Congrats.... and thanks a lot for providing such a valuable information..
15 years ago
Will the transaction propagate ? That depends on the choosen transaction attribute for this bean-managed method:
Required, RequiresNew, Manadatory, NotSupported, Supports, Never.
Check the rules for each of these attributes.



These attributes are present only for Container manager transaction demarcation. Bean managed demarcation starts a transaction using begin on UserTransaction object.


I have a doubt.
suppose if a client with a transactional context Required calls a method on a session bean with bean managed transaction what would be the result?
Thanks in advance.
Hello,
Following is the question
A bean provider has to use container-managed extended persistence context for a session bean. which of the following statements regarding the session bean is correct.?

A. The session bean can be stateful session bean but not stateless session bean
B. The session bean can be either stateful or stateless session bean

I think A is the correct answer since for stateless sesion bean the methods may be invoked on different instances and hence there would no same persistence context.
Kindly please tell whether I am right or not? Thanks in advance
Hello, Though O-Reilly book is a difficult book to understand but having said that if you go slowly and gradually, this is the only book which I think is complete for preparing scbcd5.0. and then refer Mikalai Zaikin pdf's. For persistence API you can refer Pro EJB 3.0.
Hello, Congrats. kindly please email me the Mikalai Zaikin pdf to kamlesh9999@yahoo.com. Thanks in advance.
15 years ago
Hello, Congrats. kindly please email me the Mikalai Zaikin pdf to kamlesh9999@yahoo.com. Thanks in advance.
Hello, Thanks a lot for your reply. I am sure your suggestion would help me a lot.
Hey Congrats first of all. Can you tell me the link of small examples you implemented. Or it's just you referred the books and based on that implemented the examples. Since mostly in all these books you don't get practical complete small examples for every scenerio. Thanks a lot in advance.
[ November 25, 2007: Message edited by: Kamlesh Devani ]