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Leonardo Rafaeli

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Recent posts by Leonardo Rafaeli

do you want a kind of filter?

I mean, avoid the user to insert numbers?

if so, you should implement it using javascript
8 years ago
JSF
but as far I know there is a configuration that allows you to keep you database in a know state without cleaning it up.

I mean, you can populate your base, execute your tests and after the test data will be there

is that you want?

Leo
8 years ago
hi

have you ever tried to use a DBUnit?
8 years ago
The only mocks we could get are from whizlabs. I've see no other options instead.
are you accepting people outside of Spain? Are you sponsoring visas?
9 years ago
I've got this certification just studying by UML certification book

I think it is almost a completely study guide for OCUP
my preference is in Canada, USA, UK, France, Spain or Germany

I'm a little young (I'm 22), I have 3 years of experience in Java and .NET but a great will of professional growth

I'm SCJP 1.4, SCWCD 1.4 and SCBCD 5, I have worked with a lot of tecnologies and frameworks of Java and .NET. A little bit of these are Hibernate/NHibernate, Spring/Spring.NET, Ajax4JSF, Atlas, Oracle database, SQL Server, Postgresql, Design Patterns (GOF, Core J2EE and Enterprise Patterns), Testing (JUnit/NUnit, TestNG, Selenium, JMock), SWT/Swing/Windows Forms/Windows Services, Oracle app Server, JBoss, Jetty, Tomcat, BEA Weblogic and so, so, so on...
Actually I'm working as software developer, specialist in JSF/JPA/Spring and ajax. In our current project we are using MyFaces/Tomahawk/Sandbox, ToplinkJPA, SQLJ and ajax with Ajax4JSF.
I have knowledges about eXtreme Programming, RUP and SCRUM (this month I pretend to be a SCRUM master, burn my salary in an oficial Sprint-IT course)

my main objective is to get an internacional experience, maybe I will go to Canada next year to study english (to improve it a little bit) but if I find a job oportunity will be better for me. I'm self-taught, I'm very compromissed with my job and I have a great will to work outside of here.

so if you want talk with me, please send me an e-mail (or add in gtalk) to leozinnn@gmail.com

thanks for attention
[ October 17, 2007: Message edited by: Leonardo Rafaeli ]
10 years ago
Thanks cameron

I will do my SCEA 5 beta test in next October, 18th

I did my SCBCD5 last tuesday

if what you said is correct, I think I will get a good score because I work with JPA and I'm a JSF specialist hehehe
Cameron

How many questions did you answered correctly?

regards
Leo
[ October 04, 2007: Message edited by: Leonardo Rafaeli ]
hey peter

take a look in this thread

http://www.coderanch.com/t/213290/JSF/java/Why-JSF-calls-method-parameter

This example shows exactly how you can pass the rowIndex or whatever you want to you action/actionListener method
10 years ago
JSF
I wont copy-past my text hehehe, so, if you want see my comments about the test, please access http://www.coderanch.com/t/142250/sr/certification/Passed-SCBCD

thanks a lot
Finally, with almost 2 months of studying the EJB3 specifation and reading the Mikalai Zaikin's EJB guide, I passed with 63%. The test was very hard for me

The worst area I got was in JMS. I got 25% the best area I got was in Exceptions and Entity Operations (both with 80%)

My strongest area in EJB3 is JPA, but I didnt see many questions about it. I saw a lot of session beans and $*@#&$ message-driven bean

Mr. MZ, thanks for helping, your guide is very good (but, when I tried the IBM ICAAD exam (257) I didnt pass ). When you come to Brazil, I will pay a beer to you haha

My suggestions: Study EVERYTHING about EJB3. The exam isnt so easy and all people I saw that passed in this exam got at least 70-75%, and, I guess when new EJB3 preparation book become released, it will help people to get a better score.

My materials: Mr. Zaikin' guide and the spec. Nothing more. I saw a little bit in Pro EJB3 - JPA but it didnt help me so much

I work with JPA in an enterprise project but I use it with a framework of my company, so, I didnt practice the EntityManager operations =/

good luck for all
10 years ago
I will do my test tomorrow ;~

EDIT: oh, I forget, congratulations ;D

how much score did you get?
[ October 01, 2007: Message edited by: Leonardo Rafaeli ]
doesn't support =(

BUT JBOSS SEAM SUPPORTS! exactly like your code ;D

I think you are using a default JSF Implementation, so, in fact myfaces, RI, Rave, ADF , IceFaces and so on really don't support it

there are two ways to you send parameters to your backing bean

your component



your backing bean



the second way is using a f:param to send a parameter to your backingbean by request. The main difference of the last way is because this second way can pass parameters when you are calling a action method and not only a actionListener method(I MUST CONFIRM, I DON'T REALLY remember if this affirmation is true hahaha, so you can try and tell us if this way works calling an action :P)

your component:


your backing bean:



did you understand how it works?

I hope so

Leo
10 years ago
JSF
have you tried to put size and maxlenght attributes in your inputtext?
10 years ago
JSF