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shyam yengantiwar
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Dear Ajit
Thank you very much for your answers to my previous questions.
I have some more doubts.Please have look at some questions.
I am getting all this questions from different free online tests
which I am giving before going to final IBM test.I have doubts in answers of following questions.I want to get it confirmed by the experts.
Here are the questions.....
1)When is a multistep XSL transformation step preferable?
When processing logic is highly modular
When processing logic is highly interrelated
When XML documents are extremely large
When XML documents are extremely small
2)what is the scope of the xsl:variable & xsl aram?
3)Which one of the following is a possible implementation for a
component that converts web-based form data to XML transaction
data on the server?
Server-side C++ program
Java servlet
Perl script
Java applet
4)Is it possible to display contents of two different xml
documents with single xsl document?
5)To use XSLT in an XML system, the XSLT processor must be
called from a web agent.
What is this web agent?
6)For most of the cases we use static generation of output xml
generation.
When to use on-the-fly/just-in-time generation of output xml
document?
SHYAM
Chennai,INDIA
 
Hema Menon
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Shyam,
Don't post these questions here, as you are aware, XML Certification forum is all for this type of queries. People like Ajith, Map, Kelly and more, who might reply your queries are sure to answer them in the Certification forum too. Be considerate to people like Ajith & Map who are working hard on getting an XML Certification forum set up, and moving certification questions from this forum to the other forum. Don't give them extra work by posting these questions in this forum too!
Just a thought, take it for whatever its worth,
Later,
Hema
 
shyam yengantiwar
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Dear Hema
I never intended to give them extra work.I was preparing for the test & someone told me about this site & when I saw people posting their difficulties/problems on the site so I also did the same thing.Nothing new in that.
I was praparing my own questions for praparation & wanted to share on the net for answers.
Can you tell me where can I get the answers to my questions?If possible try to answer my questions.Don't take it seriously.
Yes,I read the announcement of IBM ragarding the new test.
Thank you for informing us.I also got mail from IBM's help desk when I inquired about the praposed change in syllabus.
Does it mean the current test will be valid only up to 31 Jan.2002?
Looking forward for your suggestions & updates on the issue.]
Cheers
SHYAM

Originally posted by Menon Hema:
Shyam,
Don't post these questions here, as you are aware, XML Certification forum is all for this type of queries. People like Ajith, Map, Kelly and more, who might reply your queries are sure to answer them in the Certification forum too. Be considerate to people like Ajith & Map who are working hard on getting an XML Certification forum set up, and moving certification questions from this forum to the other forum. Don't give them extra work by posting these questions in this forum too!
Just a thought, take it for whatever its worth,
Later,
Hema

 
Axel Janssen
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Hi Shyam:
there is a special forum for XML Certification on this site...
http://www.javaranch.com/cgi-bin/ubb/forumdisplay.cgi?action=topics&forum=XML+Certification&number=52&DaysPrune=20&LastLogin=

Axel
[This message has been edited by Axel Janssen (edited November 25, 2001).]
 
Ajith Kallambella
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I am moving this discusion to the XML Certification forum
Thanks!
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Ajith Kallambella M.
Sun Certified Programmer for the Java�2 Platform.
IBM Certified Developer - XML and Related Technologies, V1.
Co-author of Java 2 Certification Passport
 
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