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1 Question examples

2 Session 1 Objectives Why certify? Positioning of the non-technical version What is Java? Key advantages of Java Java Applications vs. Java applets Getting Started: Java Software Development Kit (SDK) Samples/syntax What is Jdeveloper? Summary and Website for Java Certification

3 Session 2 Objectives Enterprise ComputingWhat is it? Using Java for Enterprise Computing (J2EE) Multi-tiered J2EE applications J2EE components J2EE Containers J2EE Application Packaging J2EE Roles J2EE APIs Oracle-specific Java Components Oracles J2EE Products The Oracle Strategy

4 Session 3 Objectives OC4J Features and Previews OC4J Clustering Capabilities OC4J Ease of Deployment and Management OC4J Competitive Landscape After completing this lesson, you should be able to understand:

5 Session 4 Objectives Describe the Oracle 9i Application Server as a complete and integrated product for deploying Web sites and applications Describe Oracle 9iAS v2.0 key features After completing this lesson, you should be able to do the following:

6 Enterprise computing refers to: A.Computers used on the starship Enterprise B.Integrating various hardware and software components that must be integrated to solve a business requirement C.Connecting computers in one galaxy with computers in another galaxy

7 Which of the following are considered advantages of Java? A.Object-Oriented B.Secure C.Simple D.Platform Independent E.A, C, and D F.A, B, C, and D

8 Java, an object-oriented programming language and platform, was developed by Sun Microsystems in A.True B.False

9 JAR files: A.Are several files that have been placed into an empty food jar B.End with file extensions of.jar,.war, or.ear C.Are a compressed format of Java files D.B and C

10 There are seven distinct J2EE roles in the J2EE application lifecycle. A.True B.False

11 Oracles OC4J product: A.Just started shipping with Oracle 9iAS v2 B.Has been fully compliant with J2EE 1.3 specifications for several months now C.Is considered simple, lightweight, fast, easy to configure, and easy to manage D.Competes with BEAs WebSphere 4.0 product E.All of the above

12 The Single Sign-On feature in Oracle 9iAS v2 requires users to authenticate themselves with a username and password for each individual application each time they attempt to access each individual application. A.True B.False

13 Which of the following are considered graphical management consoles for Oracle 9iAS v2? A.Orion B.Oracle Enterprise Manager C.None of the above

14 The Java Software Development Kit comes in the following editions: A.J2SE – Standard Edition B.J2EE – Enterprise Edition C.J2ME – Micro Edition D.J2OE – Oracle Edition E.A, B, and C F.A, B, and D

15 Java applications are downloaded at runtime from the Web server and then run in the browsers JVM. A.True B.False

16 Compiled Java code is stored in file names that end with the extension of.class. A.True B.False

17 Components typically found on the Web tier include: A.Java Server Pages B.Browser C.Java Servlets D.A, B, and C E.A and C

18 A standard J2EE server must contain both a Web Container and an EJB Container. A.True B.False

19 Often the same person or company can perform multiple J2EE roles. A.True B.False


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