Nandini Sriram

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Hi !!

I am just trying out connection pooling using JBoss and MS Access.
I have the "msaccess-ds.xml" in /default/deploy folder.

msaccess-ds.xml

In the JMX-CONSOLE, I am able to see the entry:
# name=MSAccessDS,service=LocalTxCM
# name=MSAccessDS,service=ManagedConnectionFactory
# name=MSAccessDS,service=ManagedConnectionPool

A part of the client code:

Problem: Running the client I get "javax.naming.NameNotFoundException:MSAccessDS not bound".

Can some one please tell me if I need some specific file in my classpath?

Thanks,
Nandini
14 years ago
Hey Nandish,

Thanks for offering to help and Congratulations on becoming an SCJP!!


Regards,
Nandini
14 years ago
Congrats!!

Regards,
Nandini
14 years ago

Congrats!!

Regards,
Nandini
14 years ago

Great Score, Vincenzo Baglio

Regards,
Nandini
14 years ago
Hi Suni,

To set your Path, you can follow this:

1.Right click on 'My Computer' (from your desktop)
2. Select 'Properties'
3. Select the 'advanced' tab
4. Press the 'Environment Variables' button under System variables scroll till you see 'Path'
5. Select 'Path'
6. Press the 'edit' button - at the very end add, C:\java-2sdk1.4.2_05\bin;

If you want to do it from the DOS prompt,
>set PATH = %PATH%;C:\java-2sdk1.4.2_05\bin
but then when you open a new DOS window, you have to again 'set' this path.

Regards,
Nandini
14 years ago


Congrtulations, Sandya!!

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Nandini
14 years ago
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Congrats Patrick!!

Regards,
Nandini
14 years ago
Hi Priya,

WAR is WebArchive.
EAR is EnterpriseArchive.
You can create a WAR like this:
>jar cvf myApp.war WEB-INF {related top-level files or directories}.
I think this link would be helpful.
Creating a simple WAR file

Regards,
Nandini
14 years ago
Congrats Ray!!



Regards,
Nandini
14 years ago

Congrats Mohit!!

You will soon get the certificate from the Sun. As for SCWCD, you can follow SCWCD Study Kit by Hanumant Deshmukh and Malaviya. It was good. There is also the Head First Series by Kathy, but I have not gone through that (I bet it will be good too!!). Apart from this, you can take some mock exams from the net and ofcourse the javaranch forum to post your questions.
As for the syllabus, you can visit this Sun's Website

Congrats once again!!

Regards,
Nandini
[ October 11, 2004: Message edited by: Nandini Sriram ]
14 years ago
Congratulations Amit!!


Regards,
Nandini
14 years ago
Hi Lakshmi,

I just tried it out and it seems to be working properly. Maybe you have some problem in classpath. Just check if you have the WEB-INF/classes folder in the correct path. Also this bean file inside
WEB-INF/classes/myPack/UserData.class. Check for the correct package name too.
I found a link where someone had the same problem. Hope it solves yours too!!
http://forums.devshed.com/t44539/s.html
Let me know if you have more problems.

Regards,
Nandini
[ October 11, 2004: Message edited by: Nandini Sriram ]
14 years ago
JSP
Hi Lakshmi,

Put the UserData inside a package, say "myPack" and put this inside the /WEB-INF/classes folder.
In your JSP pages, import the package itself -
<jsp:useBean id="user" class="myPack.UserData" scope="session"/>
Please check your JSP page for any errors!!
Let me know if you have any problems.

Regards,
Nandini
[ October 11, 2004: Message edited by: Nandini Sriram ]
14 years ago
JSP
Hi,

I completed this exam 2 weeks back and I found the Head First EJB by Kathy and Bert very useful. The exam objectives are presented in an easy to understand manner and to the point. Once you are through with that, you can do some mock exams in the book and in other sites like ejbcertificate.com and jdiscuss.com. That should be sufficient, I guess - you just need to get the concepts clear!!

All the Best,
Regards,
Nandini