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Linh Dang Hong

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Recent posts by Linh Dang Hong

I tried with the Mac mail, Google also rejects my mail. I send an email for instruction already. Let's see how it's going
Did you zip the files yourself and change .zip to .jar?

I use the jar utility, i think it would be a problem
Which email are you using to contact them? I have received their mail and I need to reply them with the attachment.jar. Unfortunately, it's being blocked by Gmail as it does not allowed email with executable attachment
About 21 days for me. I did email back to them to ask for instruction. I also contacted PearsonVue, but they don't have any ideas how to upload the file
Hi all,

I have received email from Oracle as following
"Hi Linh,

Please note due to some technical difficulties we are unable to access the assignment .jar file which you have uploaded in Pearson VUE web site. We request you to kindly log in to your Pearson VUE profile and upload the assignment .jar file once again, so that our assessors can complete the grading.

We apologize for the inconvenience caused and appreciate your understanding on this.

Regards,
OCP Team"

Have anyone come across the situation? Unfortunately I cannot find any place on PearsonVue site to re-upload my jar

Regards

Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:

Linh Dang Hong wrote:I would be happy to pursue the OCMJEA for the sake of hardening and organising my JEE knowledge, and then getting certified. However, with the expensive training, it's a bit costly whilst I still can self-learn JEE knowledge through project experience


You can harden and organize your knowledge by taking the three exams without the class. That doesn't result in a cert, but accomplishes two of your three goals. I find the act of studying for a cert helps me focus on a topic nicely.



However, after spending time/money on studying. Without certification, is it disappointed?
I would be happy to pursue the OCMJEA for the sake of hardening and organising my JEE knowledge, and then getting certified. However, with the expensive training, it's a bit costly whilst I still can self-learn JEE knowledge through project experience
Hi folks

I'm preparing to start my journey on OCMJEA 6. However my major concern is the mandatory training > $2000. It would be a significant investment both time/money and I don't want just to do Part 1, 2, 3 without official certification. What's your opinion? What would drive your decision to pursue OCMJEA 6?

Thanks
Hi all, I'm implementing an application that saves Order into database. Obviously, Order has many OrderItems, and I tend to allow user add and remove OrderItems dynmically on screen by using Ajax. I prefer that for each Ajax addOrderItem call, it adds a new OrderItem in an session scoped bean name "order". The problem is, for the Spring Annotation, I cannot find an annotation that maps form bean with an session scoped bean. @ModelAttribute and @SessionAttributes only support form backing bean for the conversation between HTTP GET and HTTP method. Is there any solution to store and map a session bean with the Spring MVC annotation?

Thanks for your kind helps
10 years ago
Hi all
For some reason, I'd like to go to Singapore and try to look for an IT job here. Do you guys have some ideas about Singapore IT market?. As 3.5 years experienced in J2EE, is it possible to get a job there?

Thanks all
10 years ago
For SCDJWS 5.0, passing score is 42%, but for SCDJWS 4.0 passing score is 68%. The different here is just the exam version
Rite, it's true, 42% is passing score of SCDJWS 5. I wrote exam today and was very surprising when saw this score. This new exam has lost of question theory , WSIT and Basic Profile 1.1. I didn't see any drag-drop question. A few of these question is code snippet, but most of these are related to use cases and XML security. My score is 62%, what a shame but it's true, man
Injecting the masterDataLoader into Controller is the better way, I think. Putting so many thing in ServletContext would make your webapp too complex to maintain. Because masterDataLoader is Spring bean, so you can configure its scope in XML configuration file, as described in this link
http://static.springframework.org/spring/docs/2.5.x/reference/beans.html#beans-factory-scopes-singleton
Let Spring do its job