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Dear All
I have some doubts.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
When to use on-the-fly/just-in-time generation of output xml
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The sole purpose of the Certification forum does not exist if ranchers continue to post certifcation related queries here. Looks like it needs to be regulated.
Thanks for all your work,
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I am moving this discussion to the XML Certification forum
Hema - It will take a while for the users to know about the new forum. Just give it some time. In the meanwhile, I'll do all the transferring
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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