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In case someone miss to clear part II; is it allowed to share that solution with other candidates; I am not sure; please let me know.
 
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No, solutions shouldn't be shared.

What each person submits should be his or her own work. Sharing solutions encourages someone to take part of that solution (code or otherwise) and submit it as their own.

Besides, if the solution was rejected would you really want to use part of it? Personally, I'd rather figure it out on my own. It makes taking part III easier too.
 
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Defintely sharing is a strict no-no.Besides it breaks the objective for the certification.The certification is just a starting point to eveolve as good architects for J2EE.I dont see any point in inheriting or abstracting someone else's ideas or solutions.
 
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Thanks for your reply. I understand the impotance of experience of getting certification but in few posts people are requesting to send solutions to their personal e-mail ids and no body is discouraging them to post such messages.
for example send me your solution at my e-mail id.
I was bit frustated to read those messages; so thought to start this thread. Hopefully moderator or senior member would pass their comments in such posts.
 
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Hi,

Thanks for your reply. I understand the impotance of experience of getting certification but in few posts people are requesting to send solutions to their personal e-mail ids and no body is discouraging them to post such messages.
for example send me your solution at my e-mail id.
I was bit frustated to read those messages; so thought to start this thread. Hopefully moderator or senior member would pass their comments in such posts.



I dont understnad what is the harm if we see others' solutions...we learn not only by our mistakes but even others...so objecive of asking for solutions was to know what should not be done, what we can do in the better way...I guess ideas flows by knowing others ideas and there is no harm in it...

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Aksh
 
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I dont understnad what is the harm if we see others' solutions.



Because it's a natural human tendency to copy what we've seen (intentionally or not) and submit it as our own.

I agree that we learn a lot from seeing the work that others have done and the mistakes they made. [That's why an entire development team should attend code reviews. A lot of knowledge is shared.] But in the case of a certification exam, the work that is shared should be examples/exercises and not the actual exam submission.
 
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