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Yogendra Joshi
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Hi Ranchers ,

I would like to know that what are the most important and most asked JDBC questions in an interview. I had an telephonic interview in which i was asked about "Scrollable ResultSet" which i do not know and denied him about my knowledge..

It would be great if we at Ranch have a small document about JDBC Interview Questions , And if we already have one in place , Can i have the link please ?

Thanks in advance,

Yogendra Joshi.
 
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Yogendra,
We generally don't store interview questions here at the Ranch. You could probably find some searching the web though. Note that a good interviewer will ask different questions because he/she wants to make sure you know the topic, not just that you reviewed a list of interview questions.

For general JDBC knowledge, take a look at Sun's JDBC tutorial. It covers all the important topics.
 
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Dear Jeanne ,

Thanks for your reply , I understood the point. Your point seems to be very fine. I will take a look at Sun's tutorials and will get back if i do not understand any psrt of it.

You may lock this post for now.

Yogendra Joshi.
 
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We don't lock posts here unless they are duplicates or inappropriate.

You asked a legitimate question related to JDBC. And if someone else wants to add more learning resources, they are always welcome to add it to this thread.

If you have any questions when reading the tutorial, please do start a new thread. That makes it easier to follow discussions and gives you a clear subject line.
 
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