This article described about basic differences between JMS (Java Message Service) and AMQP (Advanced Message Queuing Protocol). JMS and AMQP both seems to be basically used for the same purpose. JMS is a API while AMQP is a protocol (wired-level protocol)
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In the previous post , I posted about JSP interview question and now turn for java Servlet frequently asked interview question for all the level.
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There are so many questions in JSP but usually in the interview process few questions which is being asked frequently. Due to time constraint , Interviewer not get chance to ask more, as they start from core java and ask more questions from core java. As soon as reaches on JSP they face time crunch not able to asked more. But sometimes, they can focus more practical sort of questions, specially if they have more work on web component or server side component.
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There are so many questions arise in mind when we ask yourself best practices of JSP ( Java Server Page). Conceptually, a JSP page is converted to a servlet before it’s called on to serve requests. This means that a JSP page can do anything a servlet can do, but it doesn’t mean JSP is appropriate for all tasks.
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Servlet-based technologies designed to make web application development easier and more effective. The first area of innovation has been happening at the presentation layer. Technologies such as Spring Framework, Struts, JavaServer Pages (JSP), WebMacro, and Velocity give us more productive alternatives. I advise you to consider using a framework and provide some helpful tips in this section on selecting the right framework.
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