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problem in installing j2ee 1.3

 
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Hi,
i am trying to install j2ee sdk 1.3 for scbcd exam. i am getting following error when i try to start the server.

can some help.

Error Msg:

java.lang.RuntimeException: Unable to create ORB. Possible causes include TCP/IP ports in use by another process

thnx in advace
 
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Well, frankly speaking, you don't need J2EE 1.3 for the rest of the book, it just shows an example of deployment in the very beginning. So don't try too hard if something goes wrong, just keep reading
 
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hii Alexander,

Alexander said something really nice here.

"you don't need J2EE 1.3 for the rest of the book"

my question is can i really appear for the cert exam by just muggin up Head First. Is that enough? Because i'm planning to give the exam as soon as possible, n if i can appear for the exam just wid reading Head First, there wouldnt be a better thing happening to me.

If your Ans is yes, can i expect a gud % ?
Plzz reply soon

Thankz,
Puneet
 
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Well, I should have expressed that more clearly. You don't need to have J2EE 1.3 Reference Implementation installed on your computer to do everything described in HF EJB after Chapter 1.

As for the question if HF EJB covers enough material to pass the exam, I can answer that I have read only this book (but twice) and I passed the exam with 95% result.
 
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Thankz Alexander,
This will really get me going, n i hope to join the SCBCD list before new year.

Thankz Really!!
Puneet
 
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Originally posted by Alexander Kolesnikov:
Well, I should have expressed that more clearly. You don't need to have J2EE 1.3 Reference Implementation installed on your computer to do everything described in HF EJB after Chapter 1.

As for the question if HF EJB covers enough material to pass the exam, I can answer that I have read only this book (but twice) and I passed the exam with 95% result.



Well, that's not really what I would consider a wise advice. Of course, you don't need to practice, of course you can pass with a 100% score, but 1) that's not really going to bring you much satisfaction, and 2) your "high" score will not be a primary advantage when looking for a job.

What good will your certification paper be with 100% theoretical knowledge and 0% practical knowledge? Personally, I'm in charge of hiring qualified engineers and I can tell you that the first thing I look for when interviewing candidates is certainly not their pass percentage, but their practical knowledge. At my company, every candidate has to go through several practical tests and I can tell you that I usually detect people (certified or not) without any practical knowledge pretty quickly.

EJB is a quite complex technology, and no one can expect to master that technology without getting down to the bits and playing with them a little bit. So I do encourage you guys to install the RI or any other app server of your choice and code until you throw up EJBs at night.
 
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