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I got 76% in SCEA@Whiz

 
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hi all,
I got 76% in SCEA@Whiz test and I missed 2 questions in CORBA/RMI-IIOP/JRMP like this:
"You have a distributed system that is not made up entirely of Java objects (some of them are CORBA.) What J2EE technology should you use in this situation? "
"When should you use Java IDL and when should you use RMI-IIOP?"
What information resources do you recommend ?
I missed 4 question in Design Patterns, but I think I need more GoF book, don't I ? :-)
 
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Hi
"When should you use Java IDL and when should you use RMI-IIOP?"
Java IDL is a "language" for criate skeleton and stub for Corba access and RMI_IIOP is a RMI protocol (Java 2Java) in the top of IIOP (Corba protocol).
So, You will usa a RMI when is Java to Java calling and RMI_IIOP when is Java to something else.
Hope this help
 
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