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To me the answer depends on your motivation for taking the exam. If you just want to pass then, sure you can do it in a month by reading a good book. However, if you want to understand then it is going to take a lot longer, and some practical experience would be good....
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Sam
You may be able to do this using JMX (Java Management Extensions) Tomcat 4.1.x provides a JMX interface for management and monitoring.
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Sam

Originally posted by Simon Brown:
Let me just go and ask somebody that knows about this...


OK, MacOSX comes with JDK1.3 preinstalled (simply type java and you will see this), you should be able to dowbnload the gzip version of the j2ee sdk and use it as you would on unix/linux.
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Sam
Well, I am biased, but I would recommed my book. Professional SCWCD Certification. Click the link in my signature for more info.
With regards to preparation time, this is going to depend on your current level of expereience etc..
S
The exam does not cover filters at all. Hanumant's book as well as my book does cover filters for completness however.
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Sam
[ January 19, 2003: Message edited by: Sam Dalton ]
I am not sure why you would want to do this. If you are putting the username and password in the JSP you may as well not bother to have your folder protected?
Let me know if I am missing the point here...
S
16 years ago
JSP
Check out http://www.samjdalton.com/javaone/bof-1757.pdf for information about web applications, their structure, and how they can be deployed
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Sam
16 years ago
JSP
That looks like it should work to me. The servlet.jar must be in your CLASSPATH variable as you have it.... perhaps you could try to compile using teh classpath explicitly:
javac -classpath E:\tomcat4118\common\lib\servlet.jar MyClass.java
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Sam
16 years ago
JSP
It certianly does. Sun Certifications have a 2 year validity now. You will need to recertify after that time.
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Sam
And the sample chapter from Professional SCWCD from Wrox Press (my book) can be found at http://www.wrox.com/books/sample-chapters/SampleChapter_1861007701.pdf
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Sam
Raji,
No problem at all. I really enjoyed doing the chat.
Rgds
Sam
I would obviously recomend my book (See my signature)
S
Is your servlet definied to be in a package in the code?
If so you would need to specify the fully qualified name (including package) within your URL.
I would suggest that you look at Tomcat (jakarta.apache.org/tomcat) for a more up to date web container however.
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Sam
16 years ago
I suspect you should be able to access it at
http://localhost:8080/chapter01/HelloWorldServlet
If that does not work, check the web.xml file to find out which name HelloWorldServlet is mapped to.
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Sam
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Sam
16 years ago