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I think the Microsoft certifications are also based on experience and not only study - some of them require 2-3 years of experience.

I was not aware of such lists, but it seems that Java certifications are, in general, paid worst than the Microsoft ones...
Hi Rajamani,

I guess you got it right.
If you are still an doubt I suggest trying to build your own example...
I also suggest to look here to get a better explanation.


Hope that helps,
Stefan
Hi,

To start: point F is false because attributes can not be "nillable"

For the others, if you hve a primitive in java the mapping could not be nillable nor minOccurs=0 - this is because primitives can not be null. So if you want to map an XML element/attribute to a Wrapper (which can be null) you should use nillable="true" or minOccurs=0 (which also means that the element could be absent)

I don't know if I made myself clear. Here is (maybe) some more information: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/xml/library/ws-tip-null.html

P.S.

I'm also preparing ofr SDJWS and now I'm looing for mock exams. I was not aware of this one. Do you have others?
Hi,

Maybe I wasn't very clear. I was asking about the tests, not the exam

Practice tests :
Bought sun practice tests J230C
Used Mikalai Zaikin practice tests (very useful)



...in order to see what was the difference between the tests scores and the exam score.

So, can we know how much did you scored on those tests?

Thanks
Congratulations!

May we know how much did you scored on the tests?

Dear ranchers,

Regarding

It must allow the user to search the data for all records, or for records where the name and/or location fields exactly match values specified by the user.



I did that in the GUI (on the client side) . That is, I extended the RowFilter, and filtered the records directly in the view according to the rules above.
Is this ok? Or should I have done it in the business layer or on the server...?

Best regards,
Stefan
Hi Nicolas,

I got an email and they ensured me that my results will be out by Thursday..

.

Really? That would be Nov 12th. We'll see...
Please keep us up to date if/when you receive something. Meanwhile I keep my finger crossed.

Regards,
Stefan
Hi ranchers,

Same experience as Nicolas. It seems to be a rather old problem: I submitted my assignment on Sept 1th and took the exam on the 4th. The assignment, according to who2contact was delivered to the assessor on Sept 11th (1 week after the exam). So I'm waiting for more than 2 months

It seem that we have hang on, guys.

Regards,
Stefan
Hi Nicolas,

I submitted my assignment on Sep 1st and took the exam on Sep 4th. I still have no result .
I sent an email to who2contact after 5 weeks and they told me that my assignment was sent to the assessor on September 11, 2009 (1 week after the I took the exam. I really don't understand why). Anyway, for me this is the seventh week of waiting and it's really frustrating...

Regards,
Stefan
Congratulations!

How did you do it? Can you share some insights like what materials did you use, mock exams, how long did it take you to studyand you recommendations...

Regards,
Stefan
Hi,

Congratulations!!!

May I ask what version of the exam have you taken?

Stefan
10 years ago
Dear ranchers,

Has anybody used specs in order to prepare for SCDJWS? Can you share your experience? Is it a good approach? For instance, for SCBCD there is no book available, therefore I used the specs to prepare for the exam. And they were quite helpful.

I found these specs on http://jcp.org/ :
  • jaxb-2_0-fr-spec.pdf
  • jaxr-1_0-fr-spec.pdf
  • jaxrs-1.0-final-spec-1.pdf
  • jaxws-2_0-fr-spec.pdf
  • jax_rpc-1_1-mrel-spec.pdf
  • jsr173_1.0.pdf
  • saaj13.pdf
  • websvcs-1_2-fr.pdf
  • web_beans-1_0-pr-rev2-spec.pdf
  • web_services_metadata-2_0-mrel-spec.pdf
  • wsmetadata-1_0-fr-spec.pdf


  • Of course these are only related to java. I didn't consider w3c or other organizations' standards like: XML, SOAP, WSDL, etc...

    So, what do you think? Is it OK if I start reading the specs? Which of them would you recommend to read? Which not?


    Regards,
    Stefan
    Hi ranchers,

    I don't know what is meant by this statement (in my instructions.html):

    Network Approaches
    Your choice of RMI or serialized objects will not affect your grade, but no other approach is acceptable. In either case, the program must allow the user to specify the location of the database, and it must also accept an indication that a local database is to be used, in which case, the networking must be bypassed entirely. No authentication is required for database access.



    Does this mean that if I start the application with the flag "server", I should have an option where I specify whether a local database is used (a check box or something); and if this option is checked I should start the application in standalone mode?

    Do/did you have something similar in your instructions?

    Regards,
    Stefan
    Congratulations!!!

    But I don't get one thing: you say

    I got around 70% (45 questions correct /65).

    and then

    Passing score?
    42 %

    . What do you mean?
    Hi Roel,

    That was reaaaaally fast . Thanks a lot for your answer. I will justify my interpretation in choices.txt

    Regards,
    Stefan