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CUSTOMER_CODE
SMUDE
DIVISION_CODE
SMUDE
EVENT_CODE
APR2016
ASSESSMENT_CODE MC0078_APR2016
QUESTION_TYPE
DESCRIPTIVE_QUESTION
QUESTION_ID
4905
QUESTION_TEXT
Explain the different types of decision making and looping
statements with example
SCHEME OF
EVALUATION
Decision making
* If else statement
* Switch-case statement
Looping statement
* For loop
* While loop
* Do while loop
Each statement should be explained with example, each carries 2
marks
QUESTION_TYPE
DESCRIPTIVE_QUESTION
QUESTION_ID
4907
QUESTION_TEXT
What is the use of Servlet Development Kit? Explain life cycle of a
Servlet.
SCHEME OF
EVALUATION
The Java Servlet Development Kit(JSDK) contains the class libraries
that you will need to create Servlets. A utility known as the
servletrunner is also included, which enables you to test some of the
Servlets that you create.
Servlet Life Cycle
i.Server loads the Servlet when it is first requested by the client or if
configured to do so, at server start – up.
ii.The server create one or more instances of the Servlet class.
iii.The server constructs a ServerConfig object that provides
initialization information to the Servlet.
iv.Server calls the init() method of each Servlet instance.
v.The server constructs aServletRequest or HttpservletRequest object
from the data included in the client’s request.
vi.The server calls the servlet’s service() method passing the objects
constructed
vii.Servlet’s service() method processes the request and returns output
to client
viii.Servlet waits until next request is received.
ix.Server unloads the Servlet after calling it’s destroy() method.
QUESTION_TYPE
DESCRIPTIVE_QUESTION
QUESTION_ID
4908
QUESTION_TEXT
What is Bean Property? List and explain Java beans properties
SCHEME OF
EVALUATION
A bean property is a named attribute of a bean that can affect its
behavior or appearance. Examples of bean properties include color,
label, font, display size etc.
The JavaBeans specification defines the following types of bean
properties.
i.Simple: a bean property with a single value whose changes are
independent of changes in any other property.
ii.Indexed: a bean property that support a range of values instead of a
single value.
iii.Bound: a bean property for which a change to the property results in
a notification being sent to some other bean.
iv.Constraint: a bean property for which a change top the property
results in validation by another bean. The other bean may reject the
change if it is not appropriate.
Bean properties can also be classified as follows
*Writable : A bean property that can be changed
*Standard
*Expert
*Preferred.
*Read only: A bean property that cannot be changed
*Hidden : a bean property that can be changed. However, these
properties are not disclosed with the BeanInfo class
QUESTION_TYPE
DESCRIPTIVE_QUESTION
QUESTION_ID
72816
QUESTION_TEXT
Explain the package and CLASSPATH variable in java.
SCHEME OF
EVALUATION
Package (2 marks)
To create a package is simply include a package command as the first
statement in a java source file. (2 marks)
Java users file system directories to store packages. (2 marks)
CLASSPATH (2 marks)
Consider as the root of any package hierarchy is controlled by
CLASSPATH. (2 marks).
QUESTION_TYPE
DESCRIPTIVE_QUESTION
QUESTION_ID
72819
QUESTION_TEXT
What do you mean by CORBA? Explain its architecture?
SCHEME OF
EVALUATION
The Common Object Request Broker Architecture is a standard
architecture for distributed object systems.
The services that an object provides are given by its interface. Interfaces
are defined in OMG’s interface definition language (IDL).
The figure graphically depicts a request. A client holds an object
reference to a distributed object. The object reference is typed by an
interface. In the figure, the object reference is typed by the Rabbit
interface. The Object Request Broker, or ORB, delivers the request to
the object and returns any results to the client. In the figure, a jump
request returns an object reference typed by the AnotherObject Interface.
The ORB is the distributed service that implements the request to the
remote object.
The ORB implements location transparency.
The ORB implements programming language independence for the
request. The client using the request can be written in a different
programming language from the implementation of the CORBA object.
QUESTION_TYPE
DESCRIPTIVE_QUESTION
QUESTION_ID
109007
QUESTION_TEXT
What do you mean by AJAX? How does AJAX works? Explain
with an example.
Definition (1 mark)
SCHEME OF
EVALUATION
Working principles (5 marks)
Explanation with examples (4 marks)