Jair Rillo Junior

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Hi there,

If an error is thrown (such as validation error) I'd like to do some things in the JSP.
I know I can use the tag h:messages to show up the errors message, however I'd like to do more.

I thought I could do some thing like this:



Is it possible? How can I test if an error has been thrown?

Thanks in advice.
8 years ago
JSF
for me in Brazil the registration worked.
I'll make the test on November 17th
Hi Vilas,

both work as MVC framework, however struts uses Action-based approach, as long as JSF uses component-based approach.

If you're going to have a rich user interface, where you need reuse the web components, I advice you to choose JSF, otherwise Struts seems a better choice.

Also, try out yourself both frameworks and take your own conclusion.
9 years ago
JSF
Congratulations

What's next now?
9 years ago
I have been using Ubuntu for a long time as my primary operating system. It is easy to install, stable and it uses the fantastic apt-get from Debian. In my opinion, it is a good choice when you're getting starting on Linux World or if you want to use Linux as a Desktop/User station.

If you want to setup a server machine, my advice is to test Slackware ou debian. (I'm get used with Slackware for servers)
9 years ago
I don't think so, because JS is a client-side as long as JSP is a server-side.

If you want to add some part of page into another page dynamically, I advice you to use AJAX (or simply a hidden DIV).
Congratulations

Nice score
9 years ago
Congratulations!!!
For SCWD, I have used the Katy's book, it is awesome.
9 years ago
Congratulations!!! That will be my next target
yeah!! Congratulations. I did the SCBCD yesterday too
congratulations
9 years ago
I don't know EasyBeans, but if you want to compare Glassfish versus JBoss, I really advice you to choose Glassfish. In my opinion, it is better than JBoss regarding the EJB3 specification. Also, JBoss uses a different JNDI name than the default pattern, it's boring.

In EJB 3.1 there will be a EJB light, where you do not need a full application server to run the EJBs, however it will be release in a soon future.
Hi guys,

I just returned from prometric center where I did the SCBCD 5.0. I passed with 75%. I know it isn't a great score, but I'm really happy with it.
I did 100% in General EJB 3.0 Enterprise Bean Knowledge, Java Persistence Entity Operations and Transactions, however the JMS topic down my score, I only did 25% in JMS (so bad).

Basically speaking, I studied the Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0 5th Edition - O'Reilly, PRO EJB3 Java Persistence API, MZ's Study Guide and I did the mocks from Enthuware. I tried to read the official spec, but I was tired and I had no patience

I'd like to give a special thanks for everyone in Javaranch who helped me, as well as MZ for the excelent study guide and the Enthuware team that provided an excellent mock resource.

My next target will be SCEA, but only next year (now it's time to rest ).
9 years ago