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Kevin Black
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Joined: Jan 30, 2003
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1) What's the advantage/disadvantage of using Struts?
2) How to serialize an object in session? Of if only want to serialize certain objects in session, how to do that?
3) How Hibernate/ORM working?
4) How to deploy an application in Websphere? (Ear deployment)
5) Transaction? If open multiple DBs and do transactions, how to control that?
Nik Arora
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Joined: Apr 26, 2007
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Hi Kevin,
Post these questions in there related forums you will get the answers.


Regards,
Nik
[ September 18, 2007: Message edited by: Nik Arora ]
Jesper de Jong
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Indeed - we have a Struts forum, an IBM/Websphere forum, a forum about servlets, a forum about JSP, a forum about EJB and other Java EE technologies, etc.

This forum is about the SCJP exam, but none of those questions have anything to do with SCJP, so I'll close this topic here. Please post your questions in separate posts to the appropriate forums.


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