rajendar medishetty

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HI,

Could any one please provide me with the urls where i can find free chapter wise/full length mock exams, last minute tips,material,cheet sheets etc. of SCBCD. Anything few is of great help to me.

Thanks and regards

rajendar.
Thanks I got it.....

U mean to say that we cannot say when ejbactivate is called .......
so there is no scope of client information.......
container may call it some other time....for many reasons right....

once again thanks,
Hi friends,

Iam reading HF EJB In entity Beans the book says that in ejbactivate method we cannot call security releated methods of entity context. (Pg No 354)

Can anybody clear me why this is not possible..

what i think when client calls a buisness method , the bean is called from the pool and after that ejbactivate is called so it is called in a client context.

can anybody explain me this out.

thanks.
Hi

I think ur bean is not properly deployed try to redeploy and try ..u will get it.?Ur unable to find the home interface...

Thanks
Hi

Iam using windows only.....
but i didnot get u wat do u mean by resolution of 50 ms.

can u pls explain me.

thanks
16 years ago
Hi friends,
Iam trying print the application execution time using System.currentTimeMillis(); while entering and exiting as follows :

long before = System.currentTimeMillis();
chain.doFilter(request, response);
long after = System.currentTimeMillis();
config.getServletContext().log(" " + (after - before) + "ms");

The response times Iam getting are somewhat extra ordinary.........
they are in steps i mean to say values are as follows in milli seconds
0,15,16,31,32,46,47,62,63,78

These for different scenarios but u can observe there is exactly 15 ms difference.....and there is no times between 0 to 15 ms, 16 to 31 ms

I want is there any problem with System.currentTimeMillis();

thanks
16 years ago