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Recent posts by udaykumar maddigatla

Hey Ananthakrishnan,

did you write the IBM's SOA certification?

Please provide the information on this.

I'm planning to start the preparation.

some times, b'use browser or other issues... form will submitted twice.

In order to avoid duplicate submission of forms, you have to use, saveToken() and isTokenValid() methods.

You can google above the methods.
10 years ago
There is a reset() method on ActionForm that is called *before* Struts does the auto-populate trick. The contract is that this method should reset all relevant attributes for this particular form to default values.
10 years ago
Hi

You are extending ValidatorForm, that means, no need to write validate() method. Validation will be done from validation.xml file.

whatever the validations you want to write... you have to specify in the validation.xml. That is the main funda of extending the ValidatorForm.

If you still want to use both validation.xml as well as validate() method. You have to write the below line of code



instead of



Try to change the code as shown above. it will work



10 years ago
Hi

May be you can make your web service as EJB session bean and add the annotation like @ RolesAllowed.

This is same as presenting the BASIC LEVEL Authentication with servlets.

Please skip the above suggession, if you don't like.
Hi

JAX-RPC is not included in 310-230 exam.

In place of the above, JAX-WS is included.

You can think of JAX-RPC 2.0 is JAX-WS
For UDDI, you will get the questions related to Inquiry API and Publisher API.

No Need to learn the entire syntax of each and every methods.

You have to know when to use, how to use and features of it.

Finally you should have to know relationship of UDDI with JAXR
I do got the UDDI questions in the exams related to UDDI features and UDDI inquiry and publshier API and relation ship of UDDI with JAXR
10 years ago
HI All
I completed SCDJWS (310-230) exam with 98% of marks.

I have to thank so many people.

• Thanks to This Forum which gives me more than which I want.
• Thanks to Ivan and Mikani for their guides.
• Last but not least , thanks to you all who supported me.

Here is the way I prepared.

1. RMH book
2. SOA web services using Java
3. Web services Up and Running
4. WSIT tutorial
5. Mikani and Ivan’s books
6. Specifications of SOAP 1.1, WSDL 1.1, JAX-WS, JAXR 1.0, UDDI 2.0, Basic Profile 1.1 etc.
7. Notes and articles on JAXB and Web services styles (doc and rpc’s).
8. Ppt’s on Security on web services.
10 years ago
HI All
I completed SCDJWS (310-230) exam with 98% of marks.

I have to thank so many people.

• Thanks to This Forum which gives me more than which I want.
• Thanks to Ivan and Mikani for their guides.
• Last but not least , thanks to you all who supported me.

Here is the way I prepared.

1. RMH book
2. SOA web services using Java
3. Web services Up and Running
4. WSIT tutorial
5. Mikani and Ivan’s books
6. Specifications of SOAP 1.1, WSDL 1.1, JAX-WS, JAXR 1.0, UDDI 2.0, Basic Profile 1.1 etc.
7. Notes and articles on JAXB and Web services styles (doc and rpc’s).
8. Ppt’s on Security on web services.
10 years ago
Usage of 'soapActrion' is not madatory. so you can omit it. It automatically places empty quote string to your HttP request if you omit it.
if you are attaching some content to soap message, then content-type must be multipart/related.

if you want sample example on this, please search it on Netbean.org site.
Hi

I was bit confused on wsdl 1.1 and wsdl 2.0. which one to refer in order to write the 310-230 exam.

In the objectives of 310-230 exam, one objective is clearly talking about the wsdl 2.0. Here is the objective. Any help on this is helpfull.

Describe the Component Model of WSDL including Descriptions, Interfaces, Bindings, Services and Endpoints.

Hi

I'm referring the Ivan's book for SCDJWS exam.

I found one statement which causing confusion. Here is the statement. Can any one explain the meaning of it.