Enrico Mannarino

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Kathy,
thank you very much for this!
/Enrico
Thank you for the info Seid!
What a pity for me though.
/Enrico
Hi guys,
the link does not work for me!
Anybody else with the same problem?
/Enrico
Sarma,
this is the correct one:
http://www.coderanch.com/t/137150/sr/certification/Got-through-SCWCD-today
No one out there whith the same experience of the exam?
/Enrico Mannrino
Hi faiza,
I'm thinking of taking this exam as well.
How did you prepare?
Any good mock exams?
How do you grade the real exam: easy, tough, really tough?
Do you think the exam was pretty straightforward or was it a lot of pitfalls?
Thank you in advance
/
Enrico Mannarino
congrats!
Fantastic score!
/Enrico Mannarino
14 years ago
Passed SCWCD this morning with 83%.
The test I took was much more difficult than I expected.
I scored about 90% in avg. with JWEB+ and 95% in avg with Javaranch mock exam.
I was suprised that the questions was so different from JWEB+. At least 20 questions were really strange and really tough. It started with tough, tough servlet questions and it didn't get any better.
Angela Margot had the some experience as I ( see http://www.coderanch.com/t/137150/sr/certification/Got-through-SCWCD-today)
Do the survey questions (9 of them) determine what kind of the test they'll give you?
I'm doing servlets, jsp's and beans for a long time and I aswered the questions truthfully (stupid me )
Anyway, I'm done with this one!
/Enrico Mannarino
Congrats, boyet!
Good approach writing code for listerners, to what's going on, which ones you have to declare in the web.xml etc.
/Enrico
15 years ago
boyet,
age is declared as int! And name as String!
The default values for these instance variables should be:
name = null
age = 0
So the right answer should be b)!
I think we have another thread on this somewhere!
E,rico
Normally, with Tomcat and win32 System.out.println is printed in the window where you started Tomcat!
I've never had any problem with this!
On Unix and Linux I'll think is it printed out in a file called catalina_out - better check!
/Enrico
Normally, with Tomcat and win32 System.out.println is printed in the window where you started Tomcat!
I've never had any problem with this!
On Unix and Linux I'll think is it printed out in a file called catalina_out - better check!
/Enrico
Hi,
check your config file: CATALINA_HOME/conf/tomcat-users.xml
You must define the users and roles in this file before accessing this servlet!
/Enrico
Hi,
I would say: ServletContext.
The scope "application" corresponds to ServletContext which keeps the information for the application
But I've been worng before!
/Enrico
Hi,
the <taglib-location> should be this according to the servelt specification for the web.xml file
"the taglib-location element contains the location (as a resource
relative to the root of the web application) where to find the Tag
Libary Description file for the tag library."
a jar file is not a Tag Libary Description file.
so answer 2 is wrong!
Hope that helps!
/Enrico
Hi,
if there is nothing bewteen the start and end both are ok, otherwise not.
<jsp:forward page="msg.jsp"/> OK
<jsp:forward page="msg.jsp">
</jsp:forward> OK
<jsp:forward page="msg.jsp">
bla bla bl
</jsp:forward> OK
<jsp:forward page="msg.jsp" bla bla /> NOK
Hope it helps!
/Enrico