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J2EE design help

 
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I am expecting an interview call. The interviewer told me that they will be asking J2EE design questions. I am not sure what kind a these question would be. I would highly appreciate if someone can guide me to such questions - Or i would highly appreciate if someone can come up with some basic scenario and give the design tips for that .

Thanks in advance.
 
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http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/catalog-137601.html
http://www.corej2eepatterns.com/Patterns2ndEd/index.htm

I'd start there, then start searching the web. But if the call is soon, it's too late--enjoy the day instead.
 
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Thanks. Thats helpful.

But my question was not focused for "J2EE" patterns. My question is more focused towards "designing" a solution for a given problem. How to solve/present that?
 
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Depends on the problem, and what kind of answer they're looking for. How do you go about solving problems, designing solutions, etc. now?
 
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