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Hello all,

There are ant extensions and provision to create our own tasks using java classes.

Do you guys think that we cannot rewrite a perl script (that contains routines and configurations) using ant?

Your reply is appreciated.

Thanks
14 years ago
Thanks for youre reply,

But there are ant extensions and provision to create our own tasks using java classes.

Do you still think that we cannot rewrite a perl script (that contains routines and configurations) using ant.


Thanks
14 years ago
Hello,


I am new to Ant build tool. Needed some advice/help regarding Ant. Is it possible to migrate a PERL script to Ant script. Can we write routines in Ant build script ?

I appreciate if you guys can tell about ant capabilites.

Thanks for reading.
14 years ago
Thanks for your comprehensive reply.

I did not take WCD and BCD and also I did not work extensively in servlets/EJB. I have SCJP and I am fairly knowledgeable with J2EE (servlets, EJB).

In my situation, is it a good idea to prepare good enough and appear for SCEA in few months (may be 3-4 months) ?

Or taking WCD and BCD and then appearing for SCEA ?

Your reply will be appreciated.

Thanks for reading.
Well,

Thats good to know. Can you also tell me how should one go for preparing the part-I and part-II of SCEA. Can you tell me the details of SCEA.

Thanks for reading.
Thanks for your generous replies.



Hello,

Was just wondering whether SCEA can be successfully taken without taking WCD and BCD.

Thanks for reading.
Hi all,

Can you guys put some light on the throughput, scalability and performance of the JMS (durable topics) over CORBA.

Thanks for reading.
Hi all,

I am new to weblogic JMS.
I am getting this exception.

Exception occurred: weblogic.jms.common.JMSException: No store for durable consumer

I am creating a durable subscription and setting the client ID immediately after I get the topic connection.

I checked the weblogic "config.xml" file and there is a FileStore configured there.

I am not sure how to associate the client ID with a particular FileStore.

Can we create a file store using the command prompt with the help of weblogic.admin tool.


Thanks
14 years ago
Hi all,

I am getting this exception:

Exception occurred: weblogic.jms.common.JMSException: No store for durable consumer

I am using a durable subscription and setting the client ID immediately after I get the topic connection.

I checked the weblogic "config.xml" file and there is a FileStore configured there.

But I am stuck trying to find out what went wrong.
Any sort of clue is greatly appreciated.
Thanks for reading.
Thanks for moving this topic to the right group.

I was looking for a basic idea of "Runtime Reflection" though.

Any kind of help is appreciated.
Hi all,

Can anyone please give me a basic idea of what is "Runtime Reflection". How does Hibernate use this feature.

Any sort of help is appreciated.

Thanks for reading this.

[ EFH: Changed subject from "help" ]
[ February 20, 2006: Message edited by: Ernest Friedman-Hill ]
Thanks again for this valuable resource.

Have a nice day.
Thanks for your broad overview.

Your point of view is more convincing as you seperated the technical side (taking the SCDJWS exam) and the business side (career in ERP packages).

As there are many professional training institutes who are ready to offer training in the ERP packages, do you think we can grasp the business knowledge without experience. Will it be a long term investment.

With your point of argument I feel that getting into a developer position first and knowing the business side slowly and then switching to ERP is a better option.

Thanks a lot
Once you move into those ERP packages its a totally new ball game. J2EE tries address infra structure needs of a general business.

I agree here. But SAP (am not sure about Websphere) uses J2EE in the NetWeaver/Portals area.

Do you think SCDJWS is not suitable for ERP career.


Thanks