Check if SSL module is available in apache2 (should be installed when you installed apache2)
The /etc/apache2/mods-available directory contains configuration files to both load modules and configure them. The .load files inside this directory contain the Apache Load directives to load the modules into the web server, and the .conf files contain additional configuration directives necessary for the operation of the modules.
Modules are enabled using the a2enmod command. The enabled modules are listed in the /etc/apache2/mods-enabled directory as links to the corresponding modules in the /etc/apache2/mods-available directory. To disable a module, the a2dismod command is used.
Enable SSL module in apache by typing:
sudo a2enmod ssl
After you have enabled SSL, you’ll have to restart the web server for the change to be recognized:
Today I passed the “Salesforce Platform Developer 2” multiple choice exam that I wanted to for a long time. Eagerly waiting for the email from Salesforce with the certificate.
I completed the “Super Badges” by Dec 2017, didn’t have the courage to take the exam until now.
There are reasons why I was resisting the temptation to take the exam for a long time. You don’t get to work on all the topics the exam tests you in your day-to-day coding life.Even if you work on those topics chances of you remembering and recollecting purely on your experience alone is not possible (at least in my case).Test will be mostly of those edge case scenarios for which you have to remember the “limitations and Considerations” quite well.
For all the reasons stated above I would recommend anyone to take some time to prepare well before appearing for the exam. Well that’s what I did.
Here is what I did to prepare for the exam:
Go through the developer guides fully at least once Apex Developer guideVisualforce …