dayan kodippily wrote:Fernando,
Thank you very much.
I did Jee5, It's very important that you read and understand the topics very well, Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java EE Study Guide by Mark cade, Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java EE Study Guide by Paul Allen, although second book contains some old materials(prior to ejb3) it's really good for other topics, just start reading a chapter and doing some chapter related questions, that will help you to grasp things on a topic, don't try any mock questions or anything unless you have a understanding of the concepts, better stick into chapter or topic related questions until you get a fair understanding.
epractizelab part 1 exam is good specially when it's comes to design pattern related questions, and I have some good mock questions I used to collect over the time, tell me a convenient way i'll let you have my materials, good luck.
The current thread must own this object's monitor. The thread releases ownership of this monitor and waits until another thread notifies threads waiting on this object's monitor to wake up either through a call to the notify method or the notifyAll method. The thread then waits until it can re-obtain ownership of the monitor and resumes execution.
Roel De Nijs wrote:Hi Cristian,
According to this thread you have unlimited time for completing your assignment (because you downloaded it before May 2009).
Concerning voucher expiration: it's true they can't be extended, but they certainly can replace it with another voucher. So if you ask it kindly to the sun education services of your country (where you bought the voucher I guess) they might replace it...
Vasya Pupkin wrote:1) if your voucher expires, schedule an exam and reschedule it later. This will buy you some time.
2) 1 year limit is only for newly purchased assignments.
Mary John wrote:Hi
I have a question regarding using a method of LockManger in DataManager
my design is pretty much same as that described in Andrews book and follow the facade pattern for the Data class that implements the DBAccess interface.
So Data class calls methods of DataManager class(all read/write/find methods) and LockManager (lock, unlock) methods
My question is can I call LockManager method within methods of DataManager eg update, delete etc? is it against the principle of separation of classes?
public void updateRecord(data, recno, cookie)throws securityexception, rnf
throw new securityexception();
//continue update record
map of locked records;
lock method returns cookie;
isLockedBy method return boolean;
[ April 17, 2008: Message edited by: Mary John ]