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Recent posts by Mikalai Zaikin

vidit gupta wrote:Hi Dhriti ,
I have one question on this certification. This certification IZO-897 uses JEE 6.0. Below is one of the topics of this certification :

"Create a web service client for a RESTful web service"

My question is that JEE 6.0 does not provide client api for RESTful web service. Client api was introduced from JEE 7.0

Please, help me to understand how to create the question on this topic. Questions are from jersery or JEE 7.0.


Please refer Ch 7 of my WSD 6 Study Guide

It has listed types of clients which may be asked on exam :

Create a web service client for a RESTful web service
  • 7.1. Use a browser to access a JAX-RS resource
  • 7.2. Use the* APIs to access a JAX-RS resource.
  • 7.3. Use to access a secure JAX-RS resource.
  • 7.4. Use Ajax to access a JAX-RS resource.
  • 7.5. Use the Jersey client API to access a JAX-RS resource.
  • 7.6. Use the JAX-WS HTTP binding to access a JAX-RS resource.

  • HTH,
    Congratulations, Rodrigo !

    2 weeks ago

    Campbell Ritchie wrote: The more the differences, the more sense it makes to sit the newer exam.

    There is no (and there will not be) a newer exam.

    Last I heard Oracle worked on generic Java EE 7 exam which includes all thingls like backend, or all things like front end. There will be no specific WS exam for newer JEE versions.
    I guess nobody give you the right answer.
    Only you can give an answer 8-)
    Do what you feel should do 8-)

    erick del rey wrote:

    Ádám Balogh wrote:
    -Mikalai notes

    Hi Adam. What are Mikalai notes? Congrats!!! LODI!

    It's a free notes, URL available in my signature.

    1 month ago

    Patel Ashish wrote:Hi guys,

    It's my first post here... Thank you all for this great community !

    I have passed Java EE 6 Enterprise Architect Certified Master Exam on o3-March-2018 and feel very much happy.

    I still have very fresh preparation experience and will be glad to help.

    Congratulations !!!
    1 month ago

    Matjaz Jelovcan wrote:HI,

    passed 1Z0-810 few days ago. I would not say upgrade is harder than normal. Anyhow, for upgrade exam I only used

    Mikalai Zaikin's notes
    Enthuware package.

    No other book. And of course, I compiled codes that I did not understand completely. Playing with the code helps a lot.


    Congratulations Matjaz !

    Glad to know my Java 8 notes helped !

    3 months ago

    Rob Spoor wrote:This was already mentioned in

    Yes, it was. But my thread reported it 01/04, while other thread on 01/05 (not a big deal though 8-))
    3 months ago
    JFYI: This is fixed, according to Tim Moores !
    3 months ago

    Tim Moores wrote:The broken layout in the classic view has now been fixed.

    Excellent ! Thanks !
    3 months ago

    Tim Moores wrote:There should be a link called "Desktop view" at the bottom of the page. Note that the classic view is currently somewhat broken, so the entire page is not displayed correctly.

    Thanks, I found the link !

    (yes, I noticed the classic view has broken layout sometimes.. bu I still love it, it reminds me *Java*Ranch times..)
    3 months ago
    Allright, after reading the URL when I was switching, and added manually to URL this fragment:


    And it reverted back permanently to full view...
    3 months ago
    Hi All:

    When playing with forum I clicked out of curiosity to "mobile view".

    Now I cannot switch back to traditional view (I'm using old style of the forum).

    Perhaps, I need to clean up some cookies, because I don't see a button to "un-mobile"?
    3 months ago
    This is how your 2 subsequent posts look in *mobile* view - they separated, and above there was a screenshot from full view - they not separated.
    3 months ago