Prasanna Wamanacharya

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Thanks for the reply Shivendra.

Looks like the link outlines usage of Axis2. Will the solution work for Axis 1.3?

BTW, I have to use JDK 1.4.
9 years ago
Hello,

I have a set of axis 1.3 webservices and clients which need to made secure using SSL. I tried following the steps outlined in this article - http://alweb.homeip.net/dw0rm/dblog/?p=38

Whether I code & use CustomSSLSocketFactory or SunFakeTrustSocketFactory , I'm still getting this exception -


Have tried searching the web without any luck.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
9 years ago
Still no replies...

Please help me ranchers!
Per the SCEA webpage on Sun site:
Part II Time limit : 12 months from assignment download
Part III Time limit: 90 minutes

Can I submit Part II in the specified time limit (before 12 months from assignment download) and then take Part III (after 12 months from assignment download)? My Part III voucher is valid beyond 12 months from assignment download.
http://in.sun.com/training/certification/oracle_integration.html

Effective September 1, 2010, all Java, Oracle Solaris, MySQL, OpenOffice and Oracle Solaris Cluster certifications have been re-published and rebranded under the Oracle Certification Program. This change will not impact any of the exam objectives and with Oracle's firm commitment to the growth of the program, these credentials will continue to be some of the highest recognized achievements in the industry. Review our Sun Certification Integration Reference to see the certification mapping and get answers to your top questions.



So, a person getting certified after Sept 1 will be a "Oracle Certified Master, Java EE 5 Enterprise Architect".

Will this forum be renamed to OCMJEEA?
Thanks Deepak, Rishi and Pavel.

High scalable systems with low response times usually use some kind of asynchronous processing.



The keyword here is "usually"

The problem statement requires a highly scalable system with low response times using synchronous JMS processing (request-reply model).

Any thoughts?
Hello,

I've been referring chapter 9 of Humphery Sheil's study guide and have noticed that not all the candidate entities have been annotated as @Entity in the class diagram (Bidder, Seller, User). Any thoughts?

TIA
Hello!

As recommended here, I'm referring the 3rd edition of Craig Larman's "Applying UML and Patterns" while working on the assignment. I've created the System Sequence Diagrams (SSDs), and am wondering if I can/should include them in the final submission. I'm also not sure if I should go ahead and create the Operation Contracts (chap. 11). I suspect that it'll be too detailed for the purpose of this exam.

Any views/opinions/recommendations would be much appreciated.

TIA

Other than these diagrams, I have also included sections for the overview, revised use cases, and risks.



What exactly did you mean by "revised use cases"? Aren't we supposed to not change anything (domain model, use cases, etc.) from the problem statement of the assignment?
Hello Ranchers,

I'm working on the Big Smokes Cigar Shop assignment and was wondering about where to address the stringent system performance NFRs (e.g. Site response: 90% of all transactions to be under 5 seconds and no transaction exceeding 10 seconds).

I've gone through the example case studies and the corresponding solutions in both Mark Cade and Humphrey Sheil's study guides (1st and 2nd editions), but could not find the system performance NFRs being addressed in the solutions.

Any help is much appreciated!

TIA
Looks like Websphere is exhibiting a similar behaviour. How do we get around it in Glassfish? Maybe a similar fix might work in Websphere.
10 years ago
Thanks for replying Ivan!


Try pasting the XML schema URL in a browser on a remote machine to see if you can access the schema.



I did try it, and the schema was inaccessible on this URL - http://10.11.3.138:9080/EDR/EventDataReceiverService_schema1.xsd.

However, it was accessible on this URL - http://10.11.3.138:9080/EDR/EventDataReceiverService/EventDataReceiverService_schema1.xsd. I tried passing this location to wsimport using the -b option, but it still tries to access the schema at the first location.

Not sure what is going wrong here.
10 years ago
Hello,

I'm facing a problem on Websphere Application Server (WAS) 7. If I run wsimport on the machine which is running WAS, the client-side artifacts get generated properly. However, if I run wsimport on the client machine, it gives foll. error -



The wsimport command on the client machine is able to access the generated WSDL on the WAS server, but is not able to find the XSD.

One of the possible solutions could be to generate the WSDL in such a manner that the schema definition is placed within the WSDL instead of it using <xsd:import>. If this is one of the solutions, how do I do it? If not, what is the proper solution?

Any help in fixing this would be much appreciated.

TIA
10 years ago
Hello,

I'm facing a similar problem on Websphere Application Server (WAS) 7. If I run wsimport on the machine which is running WAS, the client-side artifacts get generated properly. However, if I run wsimport on the client machine, it gives foll. error -



The wsimport command on the client machine is able to access the generated WSDL, but is not able to find the XSD.

Any help in fixing this would be much appreciated.

TIA
10 years ago