Groovy Interview Questions and FAQs

Groovy Interview Questions and FAQs – 1 What is Groovy? Groovy is a powerful high level language for the Java platform which compiles down to Java bytecode. Think of it as a Ruby or Python like language that is tightly integrated with the Java platform – allowing you the same powerful and concise coding syntax […]

Tomcat Interview Questions

Tomcat Interview Questions – 1 How do you create multiple virtual hosts? If you want tomcat to accept requests for different hosts e.g., then you must 0. create ${catalina.home}/www/appBase , ${catalina.home}/www/deploy, and ${catalina.home}/conf/Catalina/ add a host entry in the server.xml file Create the the following file under conf/Catalina/ Add any parameters specific to this […]

Apache Ant Interview Questions

Apache Ant Interview Questions – 1 1)What is ant? Ant is a small animal who can build magnificent buildings. Ant builds! ANT is a Java based building tool, which is similar to make, and so much better than make. ANT, what a smart name for a building tool, even the original author of ANT, James […]

Quartz Interview Questions

What is Quartz? Quartz is a job scheduling system that can be integrated with, or used along side virtually any other software system. The term “job scheduler” seems to conjure different ideas for different people. As you read this tutorial, you should be able to get a firm idea of what we mean when we […]

Cobertura Interview Questions

Cobertura Interview Questions -1 Where does the name “Cobertura” come from? “Cobertura” is the Spanish and Portuguese word for “coverage.” We were trying to avoid acronyms and coffee references. It’s not too hard to associate the word “cobertura” with the word “coverage,” and it even has a bit of a zesty kick to it! What […]

Struts Interview Questions

Struts Interview Questions and FAQs – 1 Q:What is Struts? A:The core of the Struts framework is a flexible control layer based on standard technologies like Java Servlets, JavaBeans, ResourceBundles, and XML, as well as various Jakarta Commons packages. Struts encourages application architectures based on the Model 2 approach, a variation of the classic Model-View-Controller […]

How to send EMail using Spring Framework?


Introduction In this article, we will see how to use Spring’s capability for sending email. The first section of the article deals with sending plain text email content with the help of Spring’s Mail Sender and Mail message classes with the help of a sample application. The latter half of the article deals with sending […]

Spring Job Scheduling support with JDK Timer and Quartz


Not all applications are driven by user input. Some applications need to execute without any user intervention probably running at the background at specified intervals. For instance, a Virus Scanner application will be running in the background once in 2 days. Another instance could be where a Software could connect to its server repository once […]

Java 7.0


Java 7.0 (Dolphin) Sun is releasing weekly early access snapshots of the complete source, binaries and documentation for JDK 7. These raw snapshot releases let you review and contribute to the Java SE platform as it is being developed. Some possible language changes being considered for Dolphin include: property support (for getFoo()/setFoo() pattern) method references […]

Java 5.0


Java 5.0 Java Platform, Standard Edition (also known as Java 2 Platform) lets you develop and deploy Java applications on desktops and servers, as well as today’s demanding Embedded and Real-Time environments. Java SE includes classes that support the development of Java Web Services and provides the foundation for Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE). […]