Rohini Sahuji

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Ashutosh Joshi wrote:Hi Rohini,

Would you mind sharing the score card? Just wondering what is the weightage at objective level for your case!

2 years ago
Thanks for the Cow Fritz! And a bigger thanks for Enthuware tests!!
Your question bank is Perfect! so close to real one!
2 years ago
Yesterday, I passed Web Services OCWSD 1Z0-897 exam with 76% score.

I want to thank all the Javaranchers here for their valuable help.
Without it I cannot even imagine of preparing for this exam.

Here is my experience.

I am a SAHM, not working for last 3 years. I have little experience in Servlets and JSPs.
I want work on Java/J2ee in future and interested in learning new technologies.
I have near to none experience in Web services but wanted to learn it.
I purchased my voucher for web component exam. But did not feel challenged. So decided to prepare for Java
Webservices Certification instead and YES! i did it.

This one was really tough.
I was preparing for 4-5 months.
I followed the path, what most people suggested here on this forum.

1. I started reading Martin Kalins book. Honestly I felt, for a newbie, this book is very heavy on brain.
I will blame my lack of knowledge and experience and not the book.
I was looking for something easy to get into Java Webservices and I found video lessons by Koushik on Javabrains.com
It was very useful. It helped me to get introduced to web services.
After these lessons I read the book and so many things started to make sense.
2. Next I read MZ's and Ivans Notes and Mz's quiz parallelly. Really appreciate these guys for their work and making it available to others freely.

3. I also did a lot of googling and referred to links specified here and there, in the forums and in notes.
This forum was a tremendous help. Whenever I had any question, I searched the forum and it was already discussed here. :-)
I regret that I did less coding and programming assignments or could have achieved better score.

4. Lastly I did Enthuware Tests! I took all standard tests on Enthuware. Its very close to real exams. It got me ready for actual exam.

Overall it was a great Experience.
Preparing for this exam was like reading an interesting Novel. You cannot wait to finish it when you are reading. But once finished you miss reading it a lot. :-)

Thanks!
2 years ago
Thank you Mahtab, Fritz and Himai!

your words gave me hope!

This forum has always been source of Encouragement.

I am already done with MZ's quiz.

Now I will take last two tests from Enthuware.

Thank you guys!
Hi,
I have my OCEJWSD exam scheduled in couple of days from now.

I am taking Stadard tests on enthuware from last week..

I am scoring very low on them (64%, 71%, 64%).
(After test I am reviewing all the questions and reading more on what I missed.)

I am loosing my confidence now..

Does that mean I am not ready for the exam yet.
Or Can I still pass the real exam.

What your experience says?

WOW! very old one. Still this discussion cleared so many things to me!!
2 years ago

Himai Minh wrote:

My other hint is to read WSIT tutorial's chapter about best practice and design. It may be helpful too.





What chapters from WSIT tutorial you suggest?
I guess you are creating destination file in local file system.. and not in hdfs...
3 years ago
I think if we put all the posts of this forum in a book
that indeed will be one of the Strangest Book!!!
5 years ago


java.lang.IllegalStateException is thrown if the response was already committed

that means..this exception occurs if you try to modify response object after you have performed forward.

the html code

%>
</body>
</html>

after forward be the reason...
Howdy!
May you already know this..

But, just thought to share.

The J2EE 6 tutorial released in july 2012.


This huge tutorial covers every aspect of J2EE version 6 includin servlets 3.0, JSF, AJAX, webservices, EJB, JPI, DI, JTI, JMS, security, and alll.....
this could be a big help to prepare for new J2EE 6 exams.

here is the link...
http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/6/tutorial/doc/gijti.html

Happy Learning :-)
Rohini
Thanks a lot Hauke!!
This really helped to clarify my understanding.


Thanks,