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Hi,
Can any of the people who have passed, clear this thing up.
After uploading the assignment, you would have seen a page saying that the file was successfully uploaded.
Still If you view the section called Test History, it shows a button called Assignments which can be clicked to upload the assignment. In theory, it shouldn't. Is this some kind of a problem.
Did this thing happened with you. Also in which section do you see your results on the galton site.
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Since there are other assignments for other certifications, the upload section is always available, even before you took the Developer exam.
There is nothing wrong.
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I agree. I don't think there is anything wrong. It would be nice if they put some kind of an indication that they receieved your exam, but it's nothing to worry about.
 
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Feeling much better now.
Bye the way does anybody of you known good books for Swing, XML, JavaBeans, EJB, J2EE and Network programming.
Garry
 
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All in one book?

EJB's O'Rielly "Enterprise Javabeans"
Swing by Manning Publishing
No clue for XML.
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Thanks for the info.
 
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