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Recent posts by Kishore Balla

Originally posted by Arijit Daripa:
What is the level of the exam? Is it tougher than K&B Self Test questions or is it easier?



Very Easy.. at least when compared to K&B Self Test
Since you are in SCWCD forum.. I assume that you are SCJP

And a class level variable (non-static/instance variable) can be accessed by all the members of the class (So, in servlet, it can be accessed in init(), service(), doxxx(), destroy() and other user defined methods)
Struts: The complete Reference
14 years ago
Bought Complete Reference book.. As expected.. "Pro Apache Struts with Ajax" book is NOT available here in India..

Thanks everyone for recommendations
[ November 12, 2006: Message edited by: Kishore Balla ]
14 years ago

Originally posted by Cameron W. McKenzie:
Here's one I'd recommend. It's probably the newest Struts book on the market, and it also includes content on Ajax, which is not only my hometown (shout out to the 683!), but is also the hottest thing on the server side.

Pro Apache Struts with Ajax



It appears that this book is not available in India.. Anyway.. will try for this


Originally posted by Cameron W. McKenzie:

Also, the Struts reference is good. Almost too much, but too much is better than not enough:

Struts: The Complete Reference by James Holmes



Will buy this book today itself


Originally posted by Cameron W. McKenzie:



I also have a few Free Struts Tutorials on my website, which is probably a good place to start.



Thanks for sharing these nice tutorials
14 years ago

Originally posted by Brent Sterling:


Honestly the best thing that you can do to learn Struts it to learn about HTTP, HTML, and JSP (and maybe the basics of Servlets). Until I started to understand these underlying technology Struts seemed like a magic box.



I have already learnt HTTP, HTML, JSP and even Servlets.. And now its time for Struts
14 years ago
Thanks for the reply...

If no one recommends anything else.. I will go ahead and will start reading complete reference tomorrow...

Thanks,
Kishore B
14 years ago
Thanks
14 years ago
Questions on Dynamic Attributes will appear on exam.. not sure about others
Yeah.. I know that this forum has great FAQ.. but it has listed 6 books

So.. Please tell me one book with which I should start? which covers the latest struts features...

Thanks in Advance.
14 years ago

Originally posted by Mikalai Zaikin:
Congratz !!! Well Done !!!



Thanks MZ...

Once again thanks for sharing your notes
[ November 02, 2006: Message edited by: Kishore Balla ]