Suresh Yadla

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Hi All,

I passed SCBCD with 81% today morning. I was a little disappointed with the score as I was expecting 90, but still pass is a pass.

I used the HFEJB and refered spec for a few topics. Mikalai Zaikin notes are awesome... All in all I prepared for 1 month for the exam.

Thanks for all the great posts in this forum, keep posting them they are really very useful...
15 years ago
Kumar,

I did not read specs so I cannot really say anything about how much you should read spec. All that I read was the HSF book.

Yuriy,

Around 3-4 questions were not covered in HFS and around 2 were mistakes that others have also pointed out.
But the rest were covered from the book. I got around 7 questions from design patterns so read more about desing patterns from different resources...

Hope this helps and best of luck.

Suresh
A pass is a pass... Scores really doesn't matter....Congrats....
Congrats for the exam and also the baby boy......
16 years ago
Which book is the best to study for BEA Weblogic Certified Administrator exam and where can I find any study material.

Thanks,
Suresh
16 years ago
Thank you. I got the book for SCBCD(Head First EJB)... this time around I want to score 90%.
Hello Everybody,

Yesterday I cleared the exam with 84%. Thanks to Head First book and all the ranchers.

I think for exam preparation, Head First is a pretty good book. But there are some question which are not covered in Head First book. I would say it is better to get proper understanding of Desing Patterns, I had about 7 questions on design patterns and I wasn't sure on about 5 of them. So I decided to buy "Head First Design Patterns" and learn design patterns properly. I had about 2-3 questions which were not covered in the book.

If you read the specs and something about design patterns, along with the HFS book then you can get 95%-100%.

I read the book twice and then decided to write the exam on June 11th and prepared well for the exam but the PROMETRIC people cancelled it and I wrote it yesterday and I revised the book once.

I did not write any mock exams, I always kept them for 1 day before exam and never found time. All the questions that I saw were the questions after each chapter in HFS book.

BEST OF LUCK TO ALL THE PEOPLE WHO ARE PLANNING TO WRITE THE EXAM.
I have only one advice, read the book twice and design patterns and you will get 90%.
If I have an website with MVC pattern, and I have the servlet, JSP, and Bean.

In this scenario, if two users log in at the same time and the some state is store in bean then wouldn't there be a conflict or will each user have its own bean where some state/data could be kept for a while.

If there is a conflict then why should we use MVC pattern.

Suresh
16 years ago
If I have an website with MVC pattern, and I have the servlet, JSP, and Bean.

In this scenario, if two users log in at the same time and the some state is store in bean then wouldn't there be a conflict or will each user have its own bean where some state/data could be kept for a while.

If there is a conflict then why should we use MVC pattern.

Suresh
Congratulations.... I have the exam this saturday and I hope I too clear the exam.
I am inserting a row into a table in DB2 and DB2 provides an auto-generated key into the primary key column.

After the insert I am retreiving that value by "SELECT IDENTITY_VAL_LOCAL() FROM SYSIBM.SYSDUMMY1", but the problem is how do I know that this is the ID that DB2 has generated for the above insert.. How do I ensure that no one else has done an insert and if someone else has done an insert then the IDENTITY_VAL_LOCAL() returns the ID of the second insert...

I am using JDBC 2.0 so I know that I cannot use, RETURN_GENERATED_KEYS in the preparedStatement. Is there any possible way that I can ensure that no one does a second insert until the IDENTITY_VAL_LOCAL() returns a value ?

Please help me out if you know, I would really appreciate your help.

Thanks,
Suresh
I have a doubt. I have two modules A and B and both of them are in two different packages. Each Module has a JSP page and a Bean and a Command.java(this program has the logic for what to do when a search button is clicked and so on)

Both JSPs search data from database based on the selections and show the data in the results. Both the main page and results are in the same JSP with the help of taglibraries.

Now, When the search button in A is clicked I have to show the search results of B, so how can I do that without duplicating the code in module B?
Will a forward do, with setting the properties in Bean and then forwarding to the JSP in B ?

If anyone know then please let me know.

Thanks,
Suresh
17 years ago
JSP