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rak shar

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Recent posts by rak shar

Hey
Even i had to face this qstn in 1 of my intrvws .
still wondering wat wil b the answer.
wel regarding die i reckon wat he wants to say if the thread gets detroyed or suspended
Rgrds
Hi
I m new to EJB
I would like to know say if i Have an ejb , whose client is another ejb in the same JVM , is a JNDI lookup required or can we bypass the JNDI lookup.
Regards
Hi
This is an interview question
As we know in EJB we have the Remote interface in which we declare
all the business logic methods which the EJ Bean needs to implement.
Though the EJB directly doesnt impleement this interface , all methods
in teh EJB have to match the method signatures of the Remote Interface.
WHat is the advantage of this decoupling .
Or why Java has forced developers to use this type of architecture
CAn someone explain.

Rgrds
Hi
Suppose i have a servlet in one Context (1 jvm) and i want to forward the request to another servlet in another context(different JVM), what to choose from
sendRedirect or RequestDispatcher.forward
Rgrds
17 years ago
Hi
I m a newbie. What to answer when someone says why Java does not support multiple inheritance in classes & why they have provided multiple inheritance in interfaces
Rgrds
17 years ago
Hi
How to change the default port (1099) on which RMI registry listens.
How to see all the objects in the RMI Registry
Regards
17 years ago
Hello
I would like to know in the ditributed computing involving RMI , when marshalling takes place , who does the marshalling is it the JVM
17 years ago
Hi Michael
Thanks for u r prompt reply. Just one more clarification. So can we say if we have a windows os on different machines (intel & amd) we will be having 2 different jre's or just 1 jre is available for 1 o/s & the o/s takes care how to communicate with the machine.
17 years ago
Hi guys
i want to know whether java is machine independent or OS independent.
Though we have different versions of JAVA runtime for different os's (linux, windows)
but suppose if i have 2 machines (say running Intel pIII 550) one having a windows os and the other having a linux os.
Will platform independency come into picture in this scenario or will it be the same output jre will interpret into in both the cases.
Say if i have 2 different processors (Intel & amd) with the same o/s (windows) .In this case will jre interpret the java byte code into 2 different types of machine language(processor being different)
Kindli can some 1 clarify whether java is processor independent or o/s independent
17 years ago