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Hi,
I have to appear an interview next week. The type of question that they are going to ask is only about my project works. I have done 3 projects including my course projects but they didn't gave me much expossure. So can you please give me an idea about what type of question they can ask ? I have done online shopping projects. The database used is ms access and oracle(sql).
From where can I get an online tutorial of rdbms?
Please help me.....its only a little time for me for the preparation.....
Thanks.
 
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Originally posted by jyotsna varma:
Hi,
I have to appear an interview next week. The type of question that they are going to ask is only about my project works. I have done 3 projects including my course projects but they didn't gave me much expossure. So can you please give me an idea about what type of question they can ask ? I have done online shopping projects. The database used is ms access and oracle(sql).
From where can I get an online tutorial of rdbms?
Please help me.....its only a little time for me for the preparation.....
Thanks.


First note, MS Access is a front its not considered a real db because of its lack of supporitng full SQL...don;t refer to in the interview; instead refer to your work with Oracle!
Here is a question they might ask ..given that you don't want sql statments in java code so as to avoid the prevention of scaling or database independence what woudl be your solution to achieve this goal?
The answer is Java Frameworks both on the applicaiton server side and a good dose ao frameworks on the java persitence side..
Did you cover any java frameworks in your project?
 
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Thank you very much Fred.
If you have more about this please let me know.
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Here's an excellent "quick & dirty" SQL tutorial: SQL for Web Nerds
 
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Thank you Thomas.
 
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