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Pass with 149/155

 
Raymond Wong
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I had receive my result and pass with 149/155
General Considerations(maximum = 58): 57
Documentation(maximum = 20): 20
GUI(maximum = 24): 21
Server(maximum = 53): 51
Reading most of the posting in this group really helps. Thanks.
 
Siddharth Mehrotra
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Originally posted by Raymond Wong:
I had receive my result and pass with 149/155
General Considerations(maximum = 58): 57
Documentation(maximum = 20): 20
GUI(maximum = 24): 21
Server(maximum = 53): 51
Reading most of the posting in this group really helps. Thanks.

please share with us ur design patterns ans the problem areas of the project and how did you went around thoes problems
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Devu Shah
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Cograte.
I have serios concern on one point.
Can u pl. tell me: did u made criteriaFind methos Suyncronised ?
I hope u will guide on this issue.
thanks
devu
 
mitchner green
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I haven't submitted my exam yet, but here is my $0.02 on locking the criteriaFind() method.
The book "Effective Java" (which is a great book, by the way) says you should synchronize any code that reads or writes shared, mutable data.
I've seen quite a number of posts by people that did not synchronize methods that *read* shared data. Testing on your own is unlikely to discover a problem with this (especially since our testing probably won't call the Data.add() or delete() methods), but I still don't think it's a good idea.
Would you trust your criteriaFind() method running at the same time that some other process was adding or removing a record from the database?
 
niharika singh
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I am trying to test my client/server jar files. I am facing a
peculiar problem.
I have packaged my classes in two jar files - server.jar and
Client.jar.
Server.jar contains among other classes Data and DataServer(RMI
server).
Client.jar contains all client classes.
While testing-
A. For RMI - 1. Run Server.jar
2. run client.jar
Everything is OK.
B. Local mode - Unable to run client.jar alone as it needs Data class,
which is in server.jar.
However even if I run Server.jar, client.jar still does not find Data
class and returns error 'Data class not found'
How you have addressed the issue.
regards.


 
Rahul Mahindrakar
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<h2>Congratulations Raymond</H2>
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Consultant - Zensar Technologies ,Pune India.
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