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Questions needed

 
Shivani Agarwal
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Hi,
I am going to attend an interview this weekend and I came to know there will be a technical and personal interviews.As its been a long time since I attended one, can any of you tell me the questions asked on EJB,JSP Servlets,PL SQL, UML and if possible with answers so that I can be sure I am ready for it and have confidence in answering them well.
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Sergiu Truta
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whatch out for EJB Design Patterns(Session Facade, Message Facade,Business Delegate, EJBHomeFactory,DTO and DTOFactory are some of the most used - I might have forgotten some). And Struts(JSP/Servlets) for starting. You could look through Ed Roman's "Mastering EJB 2" and Floyd Marinescu's "EJB Design Patterns" www.theserverside.com
A lot of the questions about EJBs are about transactions also. So you should look over that too. MDBs are also a pretty used for some time now.
Good luck .
 
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Thanks a lot, I will brush up on these, how about Jsps, servlets and core java, and can u tell me some good sites where i can get some good knowledge on struts.MDBs stand for.......
 
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and also on UML............
 
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MDBs stand for Message Driven Beans.
For learning EJBs I recommend Ed Roman's "Mastering Enterprise Java Beans 2nd edition" and Floyd Marinescu's "EJB Design Patterns".
About Jakarta Struts you can read at jakarta.apache.org/struts/
Also you can read and post your questions here on javaranch on the forums dedicated to JSP/Servlets/Struts...
It's all on the net
[ January 13, 2004: Message edited by: sergiu truta ]
 
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