Mangesh Apte

Greenhorn
+ Follow
since Sep 28, 2001
Cows and Likes
Cows
Total received
0
In last 30 days
0
Total given
0
Likes
Total received
0
Received in last 30 days
0
Total given
0
Given in last 30 days
0
Forums and Threads
Scavenger Hunt
expand Ranch Hand Scavenger Hunt
expand Greenhorn Scavenger Hunt

Recent posts by Mangesh Apte

I tried to query the registry which uses http.
Got same exception
20 years ago
Thanks for your reply Sanjay
I am not behind proxy. Can you elaborate on setting security provider. I am using 1.3
Also, I am wondering, if that's the case, why it is not in the sample code?
20 years ago
I am trying register a web service using Java API for XML Registries (JAXR).
I am using IBM UDDI Business Test Registry.
The partial code looks like...

UnknownHostException is thrown while setting security credentials on the connection (At last statement)
This example is provided in this article at sun site (ProviderController.java file)
Any idea to resolve the problem?
[ March 06, 2002: Message edited by: Mangesh Apte ]
[ March 06, 2002: Message edited by: Mangesh Apte ]
20 years ago
Sybase PowerDesigner 8 can reverse engineer and generate class diagram.
I am involved in developing a web application in which data is collected in 8-10 jsp pages(forms) and finally stored in database through session bean using container managed transaction. There will be about 25 inserts on 10 different tables in a transaction. Expected traffic is about 50 submissions per day only. Considering above scenario, do you think I should be worried about any performance issues related to database transactions. The database we are using is Sybase.
Thanks in advance.
20 years ago
I am involved in developing a web application in which data is collected in 8-10 jsp pages(forms) and finally stored in database through session bean using container managed transaction. There will be about 25 inserts on 10 different tables in a transaction. Expected traffic is about 50 submissions per day only. Considering above scenario, do you think I should be worried about any performance issues related to database transactions. The database we are using is Sybase.
Thanks in advance.
20 years ago
Congrats Marco Nice score
I was reading reviews of Cooper's book on Amazon.com
Most of them are negative and suggest author lacks understanding of the design patterns.
I am not sure whether to use this book or not.
What you guys think?

The network traffic and connections used by a client that uses only entity beans is much higher than the client that uses session beans...
Session beans limits the number of stubs used on the client, which saves the client memory and processing cycles.... But without the use of session beans, a client might be expected to manage hundreds or even thousands of remote references at one time...


Vidya,
If the client uses entity beans directly, the workflow possibly resides in client. So for any data related opeation (CRUD), there is a remote call, which increases network traffic. No need to mention client needs to manages stubs for all entity beans...more memory.
If session bean is used to manage workflow, any data related opeation is a local call (considering entity beans used by session beans reside in same container as session beans). Client will make one/few remote calls on session bean to perform operation, so reduced n/w traffic. Also, client will need to maintain stub for session bean only...less memory.
I think there is one diagram in the book which shows this.
Hope this helps.
Mangesh
[This message has been edited by Mangesh Apte (edited October 01, 2001).]
Thanks Tony.
I think there is a link for JSP 1.2 Syntax Card on links page already. Cause I remember, I used the same.
Here is a link for Sun developer code camp material on Servlet and JSP
https://www.sun.com/developers/edu/camps/index.html#jsp
Eventhough it covers Servlet 2.2 and JSP 1.1, it's worth taking a look at.
Page also contains links for material on EJB, JMS, J2ME etc.
Hi everybody,
I passed SCWCD with 93%. I would like to thank everybody who participates in this forum.
Also, I must thank specifically...
- Ken and Miftah for their notes
- Rachel and Rajat for sharing their experience
- Carl, Tony, Frank, Peter and Paul for the mock exam.
Most of the material I used for preparation has already been mentioned in this forum.
- Java Servlet Programming by Jason Hunter, William Crawford (O'Reilly)
- Prof. Java Server Programming, J2EE Edition (Wrox)
- Scanned couple of chapters from Prof. JSP (Wrox) and JSP by Hans Bergsten (O'Reilly) real quick
- Servlet 2.3, JSP 1.2 specs and JSP 1.2 Syntax card
- Miftah Khan's notes
- Ken Zrobok's notes
- O'Reilly's Listener tutorial
- Sun's JSP Custom Tag tutorial
- J2EE Patterns Catalog
I am not sure what else I should write for those who are preparing for the SCWCD. I myself followed the advice from ranchers and survived. There is no doubt that you need to memorize both DTDs and good amount of API. Especially if you want answer 4-5 'fill in the blank' type questions correctly.
I think the time is not a constraint. Since, there are few 'Exhibit' type questions, either you know the answer or you don't. (Although, I still can not believe, I missed four )
Thanks again all you guys and gals.
And last piece of advice 'visit JavaRanch forums regularly'
Mangesh

[This message has been edited by Mangesh Apte (edited September 28, 2001).]