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Thanks! However, I need to compare the 2 xml strings from the backend and not using xslt. Do you have other suggestions?! thanks a lot!
TINA
Hello! I just would like to ask if there is any tool I could use to compare 2 xml strings. The tool must identify the differences between the 2 xml string: nodes that have been added, deleted, updated, etc. Please help. Thanks a lot.
Tina Ang
Congrats!!!
Tina Ang
SCJP2
18 years ago
It's weird that the above procedure didn't work. Anyway a friend of mine told me to copy servlet.jar in C:\jdk1.3.1\jre\lib\ext and it worked...
Thank you!!!
Tina Ang
SCJP2
18 years ago
thanks tom! Here's what I did:
set CLASSPATH=%CLASSPATH%;C:\jakarta-tomcat-3.3.1\jakarta-tomcat-3.3.1\lib\commom\servlet.jar;
path = c:\jdk1.3.1\bin\
c:\jakarta-tomcat-3.3.1\jakarta-tomcat-3.3.1\webapps\root\web-inf\classes\javac HelloWorld.java
GOT THE SAME 6 ERRORS!!! HELP!!!
18 years ago
Here it is.
autoexec file:
PATH=%PATH%;.;C:\jakarta-tomcat-3.3.1\jakarta-tomcat-3.3.1\lib\common\servlet.jar;C:\jakarta-tomcat-3.3.1\jakarta-tomcat-3.3.1\lib\container\jasper.jar;C:\jdk1.3.1\bin;
In command prompt:
c:\jakarta-tomcat-3.3.1\jakarta-tomcat-3.3.1\webapps\root\web-inf\classes\javac HelloWorld.java
6 Errors one of which is:
HelloWorld.java7: cannot resolve symbol
symbol: class HttpServletRequest
location: class HelloWorld
public void doGet(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response) throws ServletException, IOException {

Thank you!
Tina
18 years ago
Thank you. I already did that. I've also included c:\jdk1.3.1\bin in th autoexec file. When I compiled the servlet using javac HelloWorld.java , it does not recognize the classes from the javax.servlet and javax.servlet.http packages. Need your help...Thanks..
Tina Ang
18 years ago
Hello! I can't compile my first servlet. I've already set my classpath and it point to servlet.jar and jasper.jar. When I try to compile my servlet using javac HelloWorld.java , the error is "Bad command or file name". I can't understand why this is the case. Hope you could help me.
Thank you,
Tina Ang
18 years ago
I'd go for the SCWCD...besides I think it's much cheaper
Thanks again...
Tina
18 years ago
Hello! Thank you to all the kind people here at Javaranch I have a question...should I go for SCJD or SCWCD? Need your advise again
Tina
18 years ago
Thank you!!!
Jamal, what's the meaning of tebrik? :roll:
Tina
18 years ago
Thank you!!! Salamat!!!
18 years ago
Hello! Took the exam this morning and got 88% . Thank God! I'm so happy with my score. The exam was close to Marcus Green's Exam. My actual score was similar to my scores on the 3 exams!!! The first seven questions were really tough I thought I would fail the exam but I'm so happy that I didn't lose hope. I just marked them I answered them after I've finished the easy ones. Special thanks to Val, Oscar, Jamal, Jose, Dave, Maha, Corey, Mika, Md. Nazmul, and all those who patiently answered all my questions. Could not have done it without your guidance...
I studied for 4 months coz I'm not really a programmer. Read R&H 3x. Used several java notes and tutorials over the net. Jane G's quick java reference, Marcus green tutorial, Jyothi Krishnan's notes, and Jamal's notes Did some coding using the examples from these resources. Took tons of mock exams. I always check my wrong answers by compiling the codes and changing them in order to see if other techniques would work...Visited javaranch everyday for 2 months. Well that's all. Thanks again!
Tina Ang
SCJP
from Manila, Philippines
18 years ago
Hello! I would be taking my SCJP exam on Friday and I think I'm now ready to take the exam. I need your advise. I have read R&H 3x and have used 3 java notes over the net: Jane G's java quick reference, marcus green tutorial, and Jyothi Krishnan's notes. Below are my scores in the mock exams that I took (I will take Val's mock exam tomorrow). Do you think I'm now ready to take the exam. I'd appreciate your reply.
Thank you very much!!!
Tina
Mock Exam Scores:
Rules Round Up - 91%, 83%, 94%, 94%, 97%, 100%, 100%, 91%, 100%, 100%, 100%
John Hunt's - 64%, 85%, 98%
Bill Brogden's - 38%, 61%, 67%, 67%, 83%, 94%, 100%, 94%, 100%, 89%, 94%,
MindQ - 57%, 85%, 95%
Majji - 40%, 70%, 90%
JDCert - 91%, 95%
Barry Boone - 65%, 90%
Jxam - 81%, 85%, 89%, 89%, 95%, 98%, 96%
Valiveru's - 66%, 75%
Naveen's - 76%, 89%
Deepak's - 77%, 79%, 91%, 85%, 89%
JavaCaps Exam 1 - 77%, 93%
JavaCaps Exam 2 - 70%, 90%
Tipsmart - 85%
Free Online Exam - 97%
R&H Bonus #1 - 94%, 100%
R&H Bonus #2 - 74%, 92%
R&H Bonus #3 - 80%, 92%
R&H Final Exam - 90%, 96%
R&H Chapter 1 to 13 - 94%
Sahir's Mock Exam - 60%
Certification4Career Exam #1 - 86%
Marcus Green Exam #1 - 90%, 98%
Marcus Green Exam #2 - 91%, 96%
Marcus Green Exam #3 - 88%, 96%
JWhiz trial version - 70%, 85%
sanjayahuja.tripod.com Exam 1 - 73%
sanjayahuja.tripod.com Exam 2 - 87%
JQPlus Trial Version - 65%
Sun's sample paper - 90%
Parikosh's exam - 88%, 100%
anilbachi scjp mock exam - 91%
members.dencity.com SET 1 - 75%
Applied Reasoning - 71%
Bill Brogden's Hardest questions - 78%
Mughal Khalid's exam applet - 81%
Jammi's exam - 75%