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If I have defined string of size 500 for one of the XML nodes and enter only 30 characters, will it occupy 500 or 30 characters?

I have not set as max values of string to 500.

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Excellent Imran!!! Congrats for getting 100% in the exams you are the star. Could you tell me which all books you referred and which mock exams you took.

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Malay
Sunil I am taking the exam next week I would like to know when I go to the Test Centre do I have to take any proof of my SCJP with me. I will take 2 identifications is that enough ? Is there a need to put some ID my my SCJP before I start the exam.

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Malay
Sunil,

Congratulations for comming out successful with flying colors with SCBCD exam your score is excellent. Where do i get this list of errata of HFEJB ? Have you suggest is book marked the errata, both confirmed errata and unconfirmed errata. If you have a prepared a list could you send me.
Are these Enthuware's EJBPlus for mock tests & ejbcertificate.com for mock tests are free.
My email-ID:malay.thakkar@gmail.com

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Malay
Congratulations!!! its a great score.
Congratulations !!! Rajat

Its a great score and inspiration to all who wants to give SCEA.

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Malay
Congratulations!!! Renee

You have got very good score.I am pursuing for SCEA and your tips will be helpful.I love this forum, all are very committed in helping others.


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Malay
[ May 19, 2004: Message edited by: Malay Thakkar ]
Hi Viki,
Congratulations!!! for your success in 486 examination .....it was a nice score and hope you keep be in touch with is forum and guide all who are planning to give the examination.

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Malay
Hi Martine Klein,
Can you please give your correct email address I m not able to mail you at martine@iostaffing.com
Do let us know your email address.......

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Malay
14 years ago
Hi Guys,
Let me tell you that is is one of the very good forums I have come across.I have learned lots from many people who have actively participated in this forum and I thank them all .......I know this is one of the hot forums which will be really be alive and with more and more enthusiasm from the ranchers.......and I agree with aadhi agathi.I would like to thank Ilja Preuss and Frank Carver who have always contributed and helped us.I will also keep on posting as much as I can in the comming days.
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Malay
Hi Dirk,
I m posting link about the various UML models which is basic but informative
http://engronline.ee.memphis.edu/eece3220/chap2/chap2_index.htm
on sun's site there are core J2EE patterns identified with diagrams check out here
http://java.sun.com/blueprints/corej2eepatterns/Patterns/index.html
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Malay
Hi Viki,
For packaging Types must be grouped together that are strongly related in terms of their participation in a common pupropse,
service, collaborations, policy and function.
Here we can consider a high level service of accessing MQ series so there is a service of provided to in the framework
In this service there will be all the related classes like MQRunner,MQAccessor,MQAdapter.
These are the guidelines for organizing packages
1.Are in the same subject area-closely related by concept or purpose.
2.Are in a class hierarchy together.
3.Participate in the same use cases.
4.Are strongly associated.
In a group developers can work on different classes like some working on business layer some on persistence layer so in a group
all developers do not work on same package.Normally the groups are divided on the Use Case basis they work on a specific similar Functionality Use cases
answer c,d is correct (Q2)
for question 1 and question 3 I agree with Ilja Preuss
In addition to this for question 3 I like to add that using Iterative and Incremental approach where you have a continious involvement of the end user
Hope this helps
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Malay
[ March 29, 2003: Message edited by: Malay Thakkar ]
Hi Ali,
Congratulations for getting such a nice score....!!!
Also I appretiate for sharing your experience with us.It is really nice to have such useful insights from you.I have want to ask you about the case study questions , if you have got those questions can you send me at my e-mail address malayrt11@yahoo.com.
Can you tell me what I need to do during last week of preparation before exam.
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Malay
Hi John,
It was really pleasure having talk with you.It was really a knowledgeable session.And very helpful to all who participated and will go through this thread.
I can give you an instance recently we had and external training Faculty who had come to our firm to teach all the new joiners about OOAD,UML and Unified Process.I asked him what all he is going to cover in the curriculum.He told he will teach OO terminologies,UML concepts,Use Cases,Sequence Diagrams,Collaboration Diagrams,Deployment Diagrams,Package Diagrams.Also there will be hands on with case tool like Rational Rose.Then I asked him how about design patterns.He told me that it is more advanced topic, even though considering the fact that he was suppose the address all the developers who were having minimum of 2yr of Experience in Java technology.I felt at that moment that really then the course is of no real help.Anyone can catch a book and practice on Rational Rose and master the tool.The real part is to cultivate the habbit and tune the thought process to Applying Design Patterns more efficiently.
It is more important to start your thought process in terms of applying design patterns given a particular scenario.Once this discipline is imbibed early in your career the more efficient and clear you can become.So depending on the language it should be customised and applied.
Best Regards
Malay

Hi Mallay,
Since you are very concerned about performance I would recommend taking a look at Tangosol's Coherence clustered cache/objectstore product. It is _very_ easy to use since the cache is accessed through the java.util.Map interface.
Another reason that I would reccommend it to you is that there is a Transactional Cache that is currently in pilot. This Transactional Cache allows for the underlying cache to be manipulated within the EJB transactional context and modification to the cache are either rolled-back or committed depending on the behavior of the EJB transaction.
Coherence also has replicated and distributed cache features along with cluster-wide locking, event notification, fail-over and transparent restarts.
Later,
Rob Misek
http://www.tangosol.com
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Thanks Rob for your valued reply.
Actually it will be really helpful for me as I can evaluate it.Can you tell me whether it will have any problem with Websphere Application Server?
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Malay