Milan Tomic wrote:
Jhonson Fernando wrote:You can find mock exam from MyExamCloud for OCE JSF exam.
I have bought mock exam for OCMJEA exam from you and was totaly disapointed. It didnt help me at all. I will never buy any other products from you.
org.springframework.beans.TypeMismatchException: Failed to convert value of type 'java.util.ArrayList' to required type 'java.lang.String'; nested exception is org.springframework.core.convert.ConversionFailedException: Failed to convert from type java.util.ArrayList<?> to type java.lang.String for value '[com.tvfreakz.model.dto.ChannelProgrammeDTO@aa0950]'; nested exception is org.springframework.core.convert.ConverterNotFoundException: No converter found capable of converting from type java.util.ArrayList<?> to type java.lang.String
Roel De Nijs wrote:
Paul Statham wrote:But that's the problem I'm not sure how well I really know it, I can see a question I've already covered and know which ones are the right answer even before reading the question properly.
How often did you take each mock exam to know them almost by memorization?
Roel De Nijs wrote:
I know Enthuware has a Last Day exam. I assume you probably already took that one as well. So probably not an option anymore. Maybe you can find some additional mock exams on ScjpMockTests.
Path relativize(Path other)
- This method attempts to construct a relative path that when resolved against this path, yields a path that locates the same file as the given path
- Where this path and the given path do not have a root component, then a relative path can be constructed
- A relative path cannot be constructed if only one of the paths have a root component
- If this path and the given path are equal then an empty path is returned
- /a/b -> /a/b/c/d = c/d
- a/b -> a/b/c/d = c/d
- /a/b/c/d -> a/b = IllegalArgumentException
- /a/b/c/d -> /a/b = ../..
- /a/b -> /a/b = ""
- /a/b -> /a/c = ../c
- /x/d/g/a/b -> /a/b = ../../../../../a/b
For example, if this path is "/a/b" and the given path is "/a/x" then the resulting relative path may be "../x"