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Recent posts by Sylaja Nallapati

I got my junit working. Thanks.
18 years ago
I have the same trouble installing JUnit. I have included C:\java\junit8.8.1\junit.jar and C:\java\junit3.8.1 in the classpath. JDK is in the C:\java\jdk directory. When I try to test the installation of JUnit using "java junit.swingui.TestRunner junit.samples.AllTests" and "java junit.textui.TestRunner junit.samples.AllTests" , I get a ClassNotFound exception "junit.samples.AllTests".
Can any one pls help me solve this.

18 years ago
Hello friends,

I have just cleared SCWCD and am planning to shoot for the SCBCD.
Can any of you tell me what would be the best book(s)/ links to start with for the exam ?
I have the book Mastering EJB - Ed Roman. would that be a good book for the exam?
How difficult is the exam as compared to SCWCD and how long would it take to prepare for the exam for an novice person like me with barely any hands on experience in EJB?
Thank you all for ur wishes.

My score was just 76%.
The only pitfall to the comparitively low score I got was lack of enough practice on all the sections given in the book HFSJ.
The real exam is very simple as compared to the mock exam in the book and the time is ample enough.
18 years ago
Hello All,

I have finally cleared the SCWCD. I am really thankful to the ranchers and the authors of the HFSJ. Preparing from this book for the exam was the best bet.Though I was not an active rancher but I was regularly in track of all the posts from others and the useful tips.

Thank you all.

18 years ago

HFSJ is Head First Servlets and JSPs. Its from OReilly and the authors are Bryan Basham, Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates.