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Thanks for all the helps. The information provided is very helpful.

Regards,
Nancy
Hi,

I want to learn to use Eclipse2.1 and Weblogic7 to develope J2EE application. I have Eclipse2.1 and Weblogic7 installed in my computer. Which Weblogic plugin I need to install in order to use Weblogic server in eclipse? I tried weblogic plugin 1.1.1, but in eclipse, I can not find Weblogic.
Your help is highly appreciated.

Thanks,
Nancy
I login to http://i7lp.integral7.com/sun, but no score there. I can't login
http://www.certmanager.net/sun_assignment/. Somebody has the same problem?
Yes, the result is there. I failed it.

Nancy
Well...my guess is 65

Nancy
in RMH book p151-5.5.1, it says only soapbind:binding and soapbind:body are required. but in p152-5.5.1.2, it says soapbind peration is required. I am confused. soapbind peration is optional or required? Anyone knows?
Thanks,
Nancy
Santosh,

If I understand correctly, you mean "address", "name" and "street" element belong to targetNamespace, right? Then no element in above XML schema belong to default namespace. If that's true, no need to define default namespace in schema, am I right? I don't understand "all the XML schema elements must belong to this namespace(defult Namespace)"(from p36 of RMH book). In above XML schema, what are "XML schema elements"?
If above XML schema define elementFormDefault="qualified", then "name" and "address" in xml document must belong to targetNamespace, if no elementFormDefault defined, then "name" and "address" in xml document may not from targetNamespace. Am I right?
I am still confused, and please help me out.
Thanks,
Nancy
Hi,
In SOAP fault msg, are "faultcode","faultstring" element mandatory?

Thanks,
Nancy
Hi,
I am not clear about targetNamespace. Hope you can help me.
..
<schema xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"
xmlns:mh="http://www.Monson-Haefel.com/jwsbook"
targetNamespace="http://www.Monson-Haefel.com/jwsbook">

<element name="address" type="mh:USAAddress"/>

<complexType name="USAddress">
<sequence>
<element name="name" type="string"/>
<element name="street" type="string"/>
</sequence>
</complexType>
...


"targetNamespace declare the XML namespace of all NEW TYPES explicitly created within the schema"(from RMH book-p36).I understand that USAddress belongs to targetNamespace, because it is a new types created in the schema.
The schema also declare a default namespace. The namespace(default namespace) "is the standard namespace defined by the XML schema specification-all the XML schema elements must belong to this namespace"(from RMH book-p36).Does that mean "address","name" and "street" belong to the default namespace?
Thanks for your help.
Nick, help needed. Please send me a PM. Thanks a lot.

Nancy
In Listing 15-47:
...
<message name="fooRequest">
<part name="book" type="mh:Book"/>
</message>
<message name="fooResponse">
<part name="book" type="mh:Book"/>
</message>
<portType name="FooBar">
<operation name="foo">
<input message="mh:fooRequest"/>
<output message="mh:fooResponse"/>
</operation>
</portType>

Listing 15-48:
public interface FooBar extends java.rmi.Remote{
public void foo(BookHolder book) throws java.rmi.RemoteException;
}

My Question:
Because there is <output..>, shouldn't the foo method return "Book" type instead of "void"?
Thanks,
Nancy
Hi there
Where and how can I buy IBM 141 test voucher? By phone or online? If by phone, what's the phone number? If online, what's the web site?
I appreciate your help.
Thank you very much
Nancy
Hi
Is there "extended xlink" related questions in real exam? Thank you in advance for your reply.
Nancy
Hi:
I am learning xPath and have difficulty in understand the explaination of "/descentant::sku[not(.=preceding::sku)]". The explaination in the book is: "Identifies the descendant sku elements with string-values that do not equal those of one of the preceding sku elements. This expression only identifies the first sku with the same value are excluded from the result node-set."
From my understanding, "." in the predicates refers to current node. But the explaination seems refer "." as the descendant sku element. What should "." refer to?
Why This expression only identifies the firstsku with the same value are excluded from the result node-set.
Your help is highly appreciated.
Thanks,
Nancy