J2EE Assessment


J2EE Assessment

Skills Assessment

This J2EE or Java EE 5 test poses various questions that cover topics from J2EE and new features that have been added to the Java EE 5 environment. This test includes questions on JSP, JMS, JSTL-EL, JavaBean, Web Service, Java Server Faces (JSF), JDBC, JNDI, EJB, Struts, ORM, Design Pattern, The Servlet Model, MDB, Configuration of Deployment descriptors and deployment. This assessment is appropriate for Java EE 5 users with more than one year of experience.

Tests for Java Applets Development, Java Server Pages and JavaScript are also available.


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How does it work?
Total Questions 47
Question Types Multiple Choice
Competencies Tested Web Concept
Java EE
Tasks Tested Initializing a Servlet Using Web.xml
WAR File Structure
Deployment Descriptor Element for Authentication
Benefits of Using MVC Design Pattern
Accessing a Particular Resource
HTTP-Specific Methods
Method Invoked When a Hyperlink is Clicked
A getSession() Method in a Servlet
JSP Action for Property of a Bean
ServletRequest Methods
JSP Implicit Objects
Functionality of POST HTTP Method
Servlet Life Cycle Method
Object Scopes in JSP
Methods for URL Rewriting Mechanism
JSP Syntax
Taglib Directive
Using Forward Action Elements in JSP
Conceptual Features of Java Messaging Service
JMS Message Types
Types of JMS Messages
SessionSynchronization Interface Implementation
Services Provided by the EJB Container
Primary Key Class Rule
Proper Bean Type
EJB-QL Reserved Words
Stateless Session Bean
Transaction Isolation Level Attributes
Message-Driven Beans
Using JavaBean with JSP
CMP Entity Bean Characteristic
Annotation-Based Logic
Interface for setRollbackOnly()
EJB-QL Query Result
Mandatory Elements of a SOAP Message
WSDL Elements
JSTL-EL Tag Libraries
Using JSTL Tags
EL Implicit Objects
Object Relational Mapping Feature
CallableStatement Interface
JDBC ResultSet Types
Connection Pooling Mechanism
Kinds of Statements in JDBC
Struts Custom Tag
Struts Framework Components