Ritu Chawla

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Mark, are you talking about the book "Head First Java". I thought that book covers just core java. If you talking about some other book by Kathy related to EJB, can you please send me the url from which I can download the sample chapter.
Regards,
Ritu
I think OC4J is the core container of Oracle 9iAS. But the application server offering from Oracle is known as Oracle 9iAS.
Regards,
Ritu
15 years ago
Hi Axel,
You can ignore that mail. Even I got such a reply when I enquired about the voucher. Anyways, You can get your voucher by sending your request to Evelyn, this is her E-mail id : Evelyn.Cartagena@sun.com.
Regards
Ritu
All,
I have seen many posts asking for information on SCBCD Exam and how to register for it. I guess most of you must be aware that the number of beta testers has been increased from 400 to 600. So there are plenty of opportunities for all of us to take up the exam. If anyone of you is interested in registering for the exam, then please send a mail to Evelyn(Evelyn.Cartagena@sun.com) providing your candidate id. Evelyn will reply back with the free voucher. For more information about the syllabus for SCBCD and mock exams please visit the yahoo group " SCBCD_J2EE" at this url http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SCBCD_J2EE/
Thanks Easwar for creating a Study Group for SCBCD certification. I checked the Links page and the bookmarks are great. They are a must see for whoever is planning to take up SCBCD certification. There is also a link having information about registering for SCBCD(Beta) Exam. I think we need to actively start using the study group to discuss topics related to SCBCD.
Thanks again to Easwar for taking the initiative.
Ritu.
Any answers to these questions?
16 years ago
Hi Evelyn, I am seriously interested in sitting for the beta exam. In the first week of announcement of the SCBCD Beta exam itself I had registered, but I never got my voucher then. I sent a mail requesting for a voucher(I have made a CC to you too), but this is the reply that I got :
Thank you for your interest in our Beta Examination of the Sun Certified
Business Component Developer for J2EE. Unfortunately, due to high demand,
there is no longer space available to receive a voucher.
We look forward to your participation in this certification program in the
future and welcome your questions.
Sincerely,
Beta Certification Team
Sun Educational Services
register4beta@central.sun.com

--- So does this mean that there are no more vouchers available to take up the exam?
hmm... Outsourcing to India is so attractive to many companies in UK and US that no regulation would really plug the inflow. If a regulation is really passed, then the already weak companies who are facing an economic fallout will weaken further. Indian companies seem to be offering a proposition which would make life easier for companies to get through these bad times. I am sure once the economy improves, nobody is ever going to bother about outsourcing to india. And I think this is a temporary phase and the job market will again improve. If the companies are banned from outsourcing it would mean that they may have to shut down their offices which again would mean more job losses. Rather the government should follow policies which would enable companies to sustain this economic fallout and allow companies to do everything that would make them get through these hard times.
- Ritu
16 years ago
Hi Alain, Congratulations. Thats a great score indeed. Can you please comment on your approach for the level 2 exam?
Thanks in Advance,
Ritu
I am in the process of completing my architect part 2 assignment. I am also facing the same dilemma regarding how to support multiple client types. I finally decided to use a separate controller for each client type. But now I have another issue regarding how the view has to be designed. For Browser based clients we can have JSP's handling the view, but for rich application clients, view doesn't make sense. Infact the front controller for the rich clients could handle the view by accessing data retrieved from the Business service via value objects. So if this were to be the case, then how do we depict this in our sequence/component diagrams?? do we need to show 2 different diagrams(for each client type) for each use case?
Or is it that my approach is all wrong and u have some other idea in mind. Please share some information regarding the same.
:roll: People who have cracked the assignment, can you please share your thoughts on this? :roll:
Let me know your thoughts,
Regards,
Ritu.
Ritu_chawla@hotmail.com
Hi Rudi,
I saw your interesting post on Javaranch sometime back. I am in the process of completing my architect part 2 assignment. I am also facing the same dilemma regarding how to suppor multiple client types. I finally decided to use a separate controller for each client type. But now I have another issue regarding how the view has to be designed. For Browser based clients we can have JSP's handling the view, but for rich application clients, view doesn't make sense. Infact the front controller for the rich clients could handle the view by accessing data retrieved from the Business service via value objects. So if this were to be the case, then how do we depict this in our sequence/component diagrams?? do we need to show 2 different diagrams(for each client type) for each use case?
Or is it that my approach is all wrong and u have some other idea in mind. Please share some information regarding the same. If you are still in the process of working on the assignment, then we can collaborate and work towards cracking the assignment together..
Let me know your thoughts,
Regards,
Ritu.
Hi I am in the process of deciding the WAF part of the assignment. I am in a dilemma regarding what would be a good approach for the WAF design especially for supporting the two different client types(Customer and Travel Agent). Supporting a Customer should be straight forward and we can base it on Model(via Value Bean) View(JSP) Controller(Servlet). But how do we re-use these classes for supporting Rich client Travel Agents? If we plan to use HTTP Tunneling for supporting Rich client communication, then controller part and model part is fine, but what about the JSP's?? They are just wasted since the view already exists in the travel agent's application? The only thing the rich client would need is the data to populate the existing view. I think we don't need to use the view component at all for supporting Rich Clients, any thoughts on that? Front Controller for rich client can directly use the Helper class which can call the business service and access the data on the business tier via a Value Bean. This seems to be a plausible approach, but how do we represent the two different approaches? Do we have to create two different sequence diagrams(one for rich clients and the other for browser based clients) for each Use Case. In that case even the component digram needs to be created for each client type!!
Any suggestions or recommendations would be highly appreciated.
Thanks in Advance,
Ritu Chawla,
ritu_chawla@hotmail.com