Friday, January 22, 2010


XML interview Question

  1. Can I use XML namespaces in DTDs?
  2. Define DTD (Document Type definition).
  3. Describe about the syntax rules which form the XML documents?
  4. Differences Between XML and xlink?
  5. Explain about DOM interface?
  6. Explain about XML Canonicalization?
  7. Explain about XML data binding?
  8. Explain about XML namespaces?
  9. Explain about XML signature?
  10. Explain about XQuery?
  11. Explain about core validation?
  12. Explain about the DTD features?
  13. Explain about the techniques for processing XML files?
  14. Give some examples of XML DTDs
  15. Give the main reasons to use DTD?
  16. Give us syntax rules of XQuery?
  17. How can u create an XML file?
  18. How do I configure an XPointer processor?
  19. How do I implement an application-specific XPointer scheme?
  20. How do I make a table which looks good on xlink and Prodigy?
  21. How do I write my own DTD?
  22. How do integrate XPointer into my application?
  23. How do you create Drop Down Combos in xlink ?
  24. How do you display XML with XSLT?
  25. How do you load data from XML file to a ORACLE table?
  26. How do you parse/validate the XML document?
  27. How to add elements and attributes with XQuery in XML data?
  28. How to declare DTD?
  29. How to define functions in XQuery?
  30. How to perform comparisons in XQuery?
  31. How to perform conditional operations in XQuery?
  32. How to perform operation on node using XQuery function in XML?Explain withan example?
  33. How to use FLWOR expression given by XQuery in XML data?
  34. How to use XPointer?
  35. How would you produce PDF output using XSL’s?
  36. How you define atomic values?
  37. How you define syntax of XLink?
  38. How you define syntax of XPointer?
  39. How you define terms in XQuery?
  40. How you use XQuery FLWOR with HTML?
  41. List the rules to be followed by an XML document.
  42. Other than XML/XSLT, what are other web services.
  43. State and explain about XML encoding errors?
  44. State some advantages of XML
  45. State some disadvantages of XML?
  46. State some features of XQuery.
  47. WHich type of problems we can solved with XQuery?
  48. What XPointer schemes are supported in this release?
  49. hat about xpointer resources?
  50. What are XML indexes and secondary XML indexes?
  51. What are the differences between SAX and DOM parsers?
  52. What are the steps to transform XML into HTML using XSL?
  53. What do you mean by selecting and Filtering elements in XQuery?
  54. What is DOM?
  55. What is DTD?
  56. What is XLink ?
  57. What is XML Namespace?
  58. What is XML Serialization and Binary Serialization?
  59. What is XML data binding?
  60. What is XML template?
  61. What is XML?
  62. What is XMLA ?
  63. What is XPointer?
  64. What is XQuery?
  65. What is XSL?
  66. What is XSLT?
  67. What is Xpath?
  68. What is a CDATA section in XML?
  69. What is a schema? What are the limitations of a DTD?
  70. What is an XML encoding error?
  71. What is server-side XPointer?
  72. What is the difference between SAX parser and DOM parser?
  73. What is the difference between Schema and DTD?
  74. What is the purpose of FOR XML in SQL Server?
  75. What is the use of Xlinks Modularization?
  76. What parser would you use for searching a huge XML file?
  77. When a XML file has a DTD declared which is not accessible to the parser,what would happen?
  78. When constructing an XML DTD
  79. Why doesn't use XLink?
  80. Why should I care if my document is in correct x link? It displays all right on my browser.

Monday, June 29, 2009

Flash



Adobe Flash (previously called Macromedia Flash) is a multimedia platform originally acquired by Macromedia and currently developed and distributed by Adobe Systems. Since its introduction in 1996, Flash has become a popular method for adding animation and interactivity to web pages. Flash is commonly used to create animation, advertisements, and various web page components, to integrate video into web pages, and more recently, to develop rich Internet applications.
Flash can manipulate
vector and raster graphics, and supports bidirectional streaming of audio and video. It contains a scripting language called ActionScript. Several software products, systems, and devices are able to create or display Flash content, including Adobe Flash Player, which is available free for most common web browsers, some mobile phones and for other electronic devices (using Flash Lite). The Adobe Flash Professional multimedia authoring program is used to create content for the Adobe Engagement Platform, such as web applications, games and movies, and content for mobile phones and other embedded devices.
Files in the
SWF format, traditionally called "ShockWave Flash" movies, "Flash movies" or "Flash games", usually have a .swf file extension and may be an object of a web page, strictly "played" in a standalone Flash Player, or incorporated into a Projector, a self-executing Flash movie (with the .exe extension in Microsoft Windows or .hqx for Macintosh). Flash Video files[spec 1] have a .flv file extension and are either used from within .swf files or played through a flv-aware player, such as (VLC), or QuickTime and Windows Media Player with external codecs added.

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