Martin Krischik

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I solved it myself with the follwing commands:



If you found this thread on Google (like I did) then remember that file and folder names may be different for you.
8 years ago
I solved it myself with the follwing commands:



If you found this thread on Google (like I did) then remember that file and folder names may be different for you.
8 years ago

iker garcia wrote:
I have created a project basic project in Struts (Welcome Struts). … Missing message for key "welcome.title" in bundle "(default bundle)" for locale es



Am I the only one to see the irony in this?
8 years ago
I got the same problem (only with locale de) for blimey demo from a training course. And instead of concentrating on my course I now have to fix this stupidity. Why is Struts not just using the default language instead of a annoying error message? So from the course I take home: ”Struts is difficult to use better stick with POS (Plain Old Servlets) and JSP”.

Enough of ranting. Has anybody got a quick fix for this problem? Remember: just a throw away demo - no need for proper fix with real multi language support.
8 years ago
Hello,

I passed the OCPJBCD on today with 75%. Honestly, some of those questions where so remote I am more then glad I made it in the end. And with 15 years of SQL to show having only 33% on JPQL is a bit of a disappointment. I guess the differences are larger then I thought.

Anyway OCPJWSD next.

Martin
8 years ago

Roel De Nijs wrote:Never change a winning team



But Team has changed: It now has generics!

Roberto Perillo wrote:(as described here).



»The Code Conventions for the Java Programming Language document was revised and updated on April 20, 1999.«

Gosh, that has not been updated in 11 years.
Hi Ming,

Ming Daines wrote:Hi everyone, I saw a course with 5 day classes for each certification and thought of learning Java by taking both of them over 2-3 months. I have no programming experience... is this doable or am I completely insane?



I don't know about the SCJA but I have 15 years programming experience (not just Java) and I prepared more then 5 days for the SCJP.
8 years ago

Achala Aponso wrote:97%



That is a dam good result. Congratulations.

Martin
8 years ago
Hi Roberto,

Roberto Perillo wrote:Did you have access to your detailed score?



As I said no access to detailed scores for passes. I guess it is another measurement against fraught. On the other hand it makes the whole SCJD a guesswork. If you are concerned: Code the way you like it best (after all you have to read your own code most of the time) and at the end run the code through a carefully set up Eclipse cleanup/format at the end.

Martin
Hi Jim,

Jim Hoglund wrote:Are you using both certifications in your job?



Yes.

Martin
8 years ago
Hi Seetharaman,

Seetharaman Iyer wrote:Please tell me how to break these lines.



Any way you like. I used Allman style instead of the Sun Style and still passed. I did describe my style choices in the first chapter of choices.txt .

And just like Roel I let Eclipse do all the work.

Martin
Hello,

I passed the SCJP on April the 14 with 81% and the SCJD on August the 18. - I submitted on July the 29 so it took Sun only 20 day to check my work - No result details any more for the passed SCJD, only if you fail you get the detailed breakdown nowadays.

Martin
8 years ago

Roel De Nijs wrote:How do you know the database file name you have to open?



Same file name as provided:

instructions.html wrote:The original, unchanged database file that was supplied to you. Note that you must keep a copy of the original database file supplied to you, and this must be the file you submit. The marking process will expect the exact same data without any changes.



Of course since a default constructor is nor required there must be provision for a singleton design like yours. Mind you, where singletons not considered “evil” in Java?

Jason Then wrote:(see http://misko.hevery.com/code-reviewers-guide/).



Interesting - especially I like the “Suspicious names” - don't use the one of those names and half his reviews are spoiled.