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Question regarding system Architecture

 
Ramesh Kannan
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xyz.com, a shipping company, is building an enterprise system to track the location of packages.
One part of the tracking system is a network of wireless inventory devices. The devices can only be accessed using a custom, synchronous TCP/IP protocol.
How should you encapsulate interaction with the wireless inventory system?
A. With an EJB session bean that uses a JMS to interact with the inventory system.
B. With a Java class that uses custom Java networking to interact with the inventory system.
C. With a distributed CORBA object that uses IIOP to interact directly with the inventory system.
D. With an EJB entity bean that uses container-managed persistence to encapsulate the inventory system.

Ans: C but Iam not ok with that. Guys please share your thoughts.
 
Manish S Malhotra
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Do not rely for all the answers on these mock exams.

You should though as If you are developing this application.

I will do with B.
As none of the other talks in terms of socket connection.
And A / D are totally wrong.
So, need to choose between B and C.
C is also wrong because in question nothing is mention about the IIOP support at the device end.
So, go with B.

Regards,
Manish
 
Tyler Lebowski
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The answer is most definately "B" as in "Beer".
 
Ramesh Kannan
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Thanks a lot guys.
 
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