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Webcast quiz: Tools and tips for J2EE and .NET interoperability

Watch this webcast, "Tools and tips for J2EE and .NET interoperability." Then, take a quiz and be entered to win a free copy of J2EE and .NET interoperability.

Watch Dwight Peltzer's webcast, Tools and tips for J2EE and .NET interoperability and see if you can spot the answers to the quiz questions below.

E-mail to let us know how many you got right (no cheating!) and you'll be entered to win a free copy of Dwight's book, .NET & J2EE Interoperability. E-mails must be received by May 5, 2004 to be entered in the drawing.


1. ______ allows the developer to create distributed objects and enable them for communication in memory across Java Virtual Machines.

c. JFC
d. KFC

2. JNDI uses the ______ to translate a machine name to an IP address.

a. Domain Name System (DNS)
b. Domain Home System
c. Java Message Service
d. United Postal Service

3. The ______ contains the runtime engine mscoree.dll, and base-class library mscorlib.dll.

a. Metadata
b. Component Object Model (COM)
c. Common Language Runtime (CLR)
d. Little engine that could

4. True/False: All objects in .NET derive from System.Object

a. True
b. False

5. What is a Web service?
a. It represents some kind of business logic processing on a Web server
b. It defines process
c. The event requires some kind of event handler, which is a server-side process that manages client requests
d. All of the above

Scroll below for answer key.

Answer Key

1. b
2. a
3. c
4. a
5. d

How did you do? Remember, e-mail us by May 5, 2004 to let us know how many you got right and you'll be entered to win a free copy of J2EE and .NET interoperability.

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