I am a newbie to Axis soap engine. when I try to invoke the webservice which is successfully deployed on Axis, I get the following error. I am not aable to decode this. has somebody encountered a similar problem?
java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException at org.apache.axis.message.SOAPFaultBuilder.createFault(SOAPFaultBuilder.java:222) at org.apache.axis.message.SOAPFaultBuilder.endElement(SOAPFaultBuilder.java:129) ======================
I am trying to write an XSL for an XML to output another XML.
The input XML looks like this:
I need to convert this to the following output:
I need to know a couple of things.
1. how can I write xpath that loops through elements of Info/Address 2. How can I select the name of the element from the input xml and represent it as value in the output xml? 3. how can I use string functions to produce <data name="BillingAddressInfo">? [concat address+info]
I passed the SCEA part 1 with 87%. Thank you all and esp.ly Laxmi R for providing the references to the resources. I felt the hour and a half time was insufficient for the exam. I could not complete my review. I missed a couple of questions on applet security.
I read the Mark Cade book. Took the mock tests in JavaQueries. Basically, if you have well rounded experience of architectural concepts you should come thro' without any alarms. I got a couple of tricky questions first up. For once, I feared I would flunk.
I came across some mock questions. Appreciate your inputs on my answers.
1. What are the benefits of server clustering??
a. replication b. High security c. Easy Manageability d. Load Balancing e. Fault Tolerance
ANS: d,e IMHO choice 'a' is not really a benefit.
2. Both CMT and BMT may be used with Entity and Session Beans?
ANS: I am not an EJB expert. My take is 'a.'.
3. N Tier Applications show better performance than 2 tier applications because ther are modular in nature, which means they can b scaled easily by tuning containers and components individually.
ANS: My take is b. Inspite of the fact that containers can be tuned, some two tier application can be more performant bacause of the absence of additional layers.
4.In which of the following EJBs are not a good fit?
a. small scale deployment b. Lasrge scale deployment c. Transaactional in nature. d. no transactional nature
IMO choice 'a' is incorrect as small scale deployments could be transactional in nature and hence entail the use of EJBs.
5. What happens when remove() method is called on the Home interface of the Entity bean?
a.Remote reference is invalidated b. Bean instance is destroyed c. Bean instance is passivated d. data represented by the bean instandce is deleted from db e. Bean Instance moves from pooled state to ready state