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Ralf Titgemeyer

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Recent posts by Ralf Titgemeyer

Hi there,

I passed my BCD Exam (1Z0-895) yesterday with 75 %.

And I just want to let you know how I prepared myself therefore:

- First of all, I visited the normal 5 day classroom course (it is an advanced training in our company)
- Then I spend some time with the original course material from Oracle
- The most important help for me was a Mock Exam from Enthuware ( see http://enthuware.com/index.php/mock-exams/oracle-certified-expert/oceejbd-ejb-6). While working on it, I found my own gaps. The questions are very good and helpful for the real exam.

Good luck to all of you!

Kind regards,
Ralf
8 years ago
Hi folks,

I have been in the SCJD forum for a while and not in this forum. But I want to say, that I passed my SCWCD exam on Monday, the 29th of November. I used Head first, which is written in a good way and fullfills all of the requirement of the exam. But it was a lot to know, so I worked through the whole book for 2 times.
And I passed with 51 of 69 questions, which is 73 percent.

This was my third exam in a company program, which startet one year ago. So I first took my SCJP, them my SCJD and now my SCWCD. And SCWCD is the most work, because you have to burn in a lot of stuff in your brain.
But now, after all these things happen, it is time for a relaxing periode. Next year I probably start with the SCBCD track...

My SCWCD exam was about the whole range of topics in the book, starting from servlets, over El and jsps up th deployment an security. Patterns and Folters are also asked.

So in my opinion, Head First is a good training.

So, let me say I'm happy that I got it and I wish you all "Good Luck" out there ...

Kind regards,
Ralf
9 years ago
Hi there,

i've passed my SCJD exam some weeks ago. And that's good..

But there is still a question about the achievement:
Me and some colleagues ( like Andy Jung, also in this forum) ran through a company internel java training. They told us from Sun/Oracle, that we don't get more Information about the achievement as passed or not passed. They say even if someone failed, he (or she) will see more, like how many points in every chapter.
Was that the same experience you made?

Meanwhile i've got my Card an my certificate from sun, but no information about the details. Is this normal?

I think, if I would know the details, I could work on myself, to improve myself.

By the way, it took 12 weeks after delivery to get the answer from Sun/Oracle...

Kind regards,
Ralf
9 years ago
Hi Andy,

I think we had the same teacher....

Have a nice evening in Munich,
Ralf
Hi Andy,

I took the written exam too this afternoon, nearly the sam questions as you have.

I have a good feeling too, but the best feeling is because this exam is at the end and it took a long time ...

I think tomorrow I will submit my code (after a last look at it) and then .. waiting for the achievement. I think it takes a minimum of 4 weeks, but there seems to be exciting times and it can take a longer time...

Just for the rest of you guys..
Andy and I work for the same company and we have a company-internal program which takes over 35 programmers on a ride across the sun certifications ... starting with the SCJP and for some of them ending with SCEA...

So I say thanks for this forum. It helps a lot ..

Kind regards,
Ralf
Hi Yo,

in my assignment there is the same requirement as Carlos wrote...

You must provide all classes pre-installed so that no dynamic class downloading occurs.



So in my opinion you have to use rmic, because it is a must. I think we all know that this ist not necessary since Java 5, but it is a must.

I use Ant to make everything in my project, from the Compile, over the creating of JavaDoc to the complete build of the jar to submit. For example this is an Ant task for rmic:


..and this task compiles one stub and one skeleton...

Kind Regards,
Ralf
Hi Carlos,

I also think it is better, if you have only one main() method in your code..

Kind regards,
Ralf
Hi Yu,

here ist the code for starting the RMI registry in your code...in my case newPort is a string from a dialog, but generally it has to be the port on which you want to start the registry...



Kind regards,
Ralf
Hi Andy,

you can also take a look in our company-internal forum, where you will find what you are looking for .... described by Juergen and me.
But it is exactly the way, Roberto described it..

So, take a look and good luck..

Ralf