George Pavamani

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Posting your Code might be more helpful to solve the problem.
George
18 years ago
Hi Bruce,
Congrats on a great score and thanks a lot for the Links you have created for the resources on your web-site.Great work
George
Hi Rowan,
I did pass the exam but din't use any of the commercial exams. But I guess it is always a good idea to work on as many Mock-Exams as possible.
George
Thank you all for all the wishes.
George
Hi, i have recently cleared the exam. I haven't used any of the commercial exams.Anand Chawla's exam is almost similar to the real one. An 80% in that exam can be considered good score. Mika Hirvasoja's exam is also good. Eduardo Cobian's exam is very tricky, and the trick factor in real exam is not that high.
I have heard lot of people saying that JwebPlus is good but i haven't tried it.
Hope this helps
Good Luck
Hi All,
I just wanted to tell all the ranchers that i hae cleared the exam on saturday wih 81%. Exam was not very tough.The resources that i have used:
Java Servlet Programming
Professional JSP
JSP and Servlets Specs(Very Important)
Messages on this forum(Very very helpful)
IT experience:NONE
I also want to tell all the people preparing for the exam not to confine themselves to 4 design patterns mentioned in the objectives. I had some questions from patterns for which the answer was not defenitely one of the four patterns.
Now I want to prepare for either WebLogic or WebSphere Administartion certification. I was wondering which one to go for. I have no IT experience at all. Can any body advice me what to do.
I also want to thank Satya and Peter for all the responses they have given to my questions on the forum.
Thanks in advance
George
Satya,
Sorry i read it wrong. I thought (in case 3) you are extending the TagSupport and overriding the doStartTag() method to return EVALUTE_BODY_INCLUDE, and thats why all this confusion.
Thanks for reply
George
Satya,
I was just looking through your message. Case1 and case2 make perfect sense to me but not case 3.
You said there is no doAfterBody() in TagSupport class which is not true because TagSupport implements the IterationTag interface.
Correct me if i am wrong.
Thanks
George
I guess its going to be just:
Customize
The output is so because BodyContent is not explicitly written into the prevoius out stream in the doEnd() method like
this.getBodyContent.writeOut(pageContext.getOut()).
I am not sure about the answer and somebody please correct me if i am wrong.
Thanks in Advance
George
Hi All,
I hear a lot these days that there are lot of questions on distributed environment in the exam.
I was wondering if anybody can tell me how exactly the multithreading issues are handled in the distributed environment?
And also, are there any important points that we are suppose to remember in terms of handling distributed environment??
Thanks in advance
George
Hi all,
Even i have the same doubt(no:2) as Ravish. How close is the Javaranch's mock-exam to the real exam?. I found it a little too easy. If it is not close to the actual exam, can anybody suggest a mock-exam that is close to the actual exam.
Thanks in advance
George
Let us suppose if i have a statement in my jsp page like
<jsp:getProperty name ="xyz" property = "abc"/>
Is it necessary that i must have declared
<jsp:useBean id = "xyz" ...../> earlier in the code?
I mean , what if i use a code like "session.setAttribute("xyz", someobject) earlier in the code but not useBean tag, will it work??
we know that the value of the name attribute in jsp:setProperty and jsp:getProperty will refer to an object that is obtained from the pageContext object thrugh its findAttribute() method. SO i don't see a reason why it shouldn't work.
Is my understanding correct??. Please correct me if i am wrong
Thanks
George
18 years ago
JSP
I was wondering how the bean introspection is carried out.
1)Is it that the properties are found out first and then their setter and getter methods? If i am correct , is this the reason why we have to follow the pattern of naming the getter and setter methods as get<name> and set<name>?
2) what happens if we don't follow the pattern of prefixing the 'get' and 'set'to the method names.
Thanks
George
18 years ago
JSP
Does the content of the page change for every click??
I am not sure how you can make a doc file but you sure can make a .txt file out of the html page. I guess using the File i/o , and by neglecting the tags (using string functions) you can create the .txt file.
Hope this helps
18 years ago
JSP
Thanks a lot Jessica for the reply. It really helped me a lot.
Thanks a lot again

George
18 years ago
JSP