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Anish Kurian Thomas

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Sorry .. I was wrong.. Thank you Ernest Friedman-Hill for pointing this out.

I believe the code will work by changing into:


8 years ago
There is another way you can do this :
8 years ago
Hi,

You can run the xjc command from a command prompt after setting the PATH environment variable.

For example run the following commands in a command prompt:

After executing the above commands you can run the xjc command to compile the XSD file like

This will generate the binding classes.

Thanks,
Anish
Wow great score.... Congrats.... Keep it up
8 years ago
Congrats Ramya.... Keep up the good work.....
8 years ago
Nice score... Congrats...
8 years ago
Congrats dude.. Keep going.....
8 years ago
Wow great score..... Congrats Sundar...
8 years ago
Thank you all for your wishes.....
8 years ago
Hi All,

Today I am feeling so proud as I became an Oracle Certified Professional, Java EE 5 Business Component Developer. Thank you for all your supports in helping me to understand a lot of EJB concepts. When ever I felt confused, I came to search code ranch and always got the correct answer which really helped me to understand the concepts. Once again thank you all.

For studying I mainly used two books : Enterprise Java Beans 3.0 (Oreilly) and EJB3 In Action. I would recommend both the books. Also I spent a lot of time doing exercises from both the books. I usually spent 3 - 4 hours daily and around 8 hrs weekends and overall I took more than 3 months for the exam preparation.

From the exam point of view, I got more questions from Transaction and JPA. Also around 5-6 questions were asked from JMS part. So for the candidates who are preparing this exam, I would suggest them to learn Transactions and JPA very well.

Thank you,
Anish
8 years ago
Congrats dude... All the best for taking SCEA.
8 years ago
Congrats... Great score..
8 years ago
Congrats Umair... Could you please let me know how you split objectives among Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0 5th edition as well as Ejb3 in action? I am also preparing to take this certification, currently referring EJB3 In Action, but I am not sure whether I have to refer Orielly EJB 3.
8 years ago