Kalidoss Sivasamy

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Recent posts by Kalidoss Sivasamy

Vishnu,

I think your problem may be from your Entity Bean. Container found an unhandled exception and threw an EJBException back to the bean. Also, when there is a runtime exception like this, container will Rollback the exception and log the error. I am guessing you are using a Local interface?

Your problem seems to be in the following statement:
CLI0109E String data right truncation. SQLSTATE=22001 at COM.ibm.db2.jdbc.app.SQLExceptionGenerator.throw_SQLException(Unknown Source) at

Also, check the server log.
19 years ago
Yes, you need to keep your focus on the objectives for this exam. But reading the specs gives the clarity and confidence you need to clear all your doubts. You may need to spend may be a week to go through the specs.

Spec for EJB is written very well unlike the J2SE one, which look like a law book.
19 years ago
My advice is to read the spec. thoroughly. Yes it is long but will really clear all your doubts.

Kathy's book is good, if you want to score in 70's or 80's but to get a high score, spec. is the way. Also, take the mock exams as much as you can.

Wordings and meanings are more clear than the mock exams but you still have to know the topics well.

I only glanced the spec. as I spent only a couple of days on it.
19 years ago
In the real exam I don't believe there will be any ambiguity in the questions/answers. In all the mock exams, I see the terminologies and the wordings are confusing at times.
Yes, you will be given how many answers to choose. Also, I was surprised how may 'one answer' questions appeared in the exam. If you haven't downloaded JDK, do that right now, that is the best way to learn Java fundamentals.
Try to score the maximum in the easy topics like the variables, wrappers, loops etc.
20 years ago
Hi kaushik,
I have about 2 years in Java. I put about 1 1/2 months for preparation.
BTW, for the mock exams, refer to Mock Exams There are tons of exams in that site. I also would refer to Core Java2 for threads, collections.
20 years ago
This is first I am posting in the Ranch. This site was a great asset in my preparation! K&B book and Dan's site are the top in my recommendations.
I know I missed some questions just due to my laziness. If you finish the exam sooner, spend time in reviewing all the answers.
Threads, inner classes are the topics dragged me down. Othewise, it wasn't too bad. Good luck! javascript: x()
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20 years ago