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Sun 310-053 Exam -

Free 310-053 Sample Questions:

1. With which two is the service-oriented architecture concerned? (Choose two.)
A. low cohesion
B. loose coupling
C. XML web services
D. stateful session handling
E. well-defined contracts
Answer: B, E

2. In order to handle your n-tier application’s persistence requirements directly from web-tier components, which three statements about your application should be true? (Choose three.)
A. Your application will NOT need to use DAOs.
B. Your application has no need for an LDAP server.
C. Your application is such that scalability is NOT a concern.
D. Your application has no need for concurrency management.
E. Your application has no need for container managed transactions.
Answer: C, D, E

3. Which three are parts of a SOAP message? (Choose three.)
A. SOAP body
B. SOAP endpoint
C. SOAP headers
D. SOAP handlers
E. SOAP attachments
Answer: A, C, E

4. What are the three primary roles in a web service interaction? (Choose three.)
A. Broker
B. Facade
C. Provider
D. Decorator
E. Requestor
F. Interceptor
Answer: A, C, E

5. Which three are benefits of design patterns? (Choose three.)
A. They act as a learning aid.
B. They provide standard code libraries.
C. They provide a common design vocabulary.
D. They are best suited for implementation details.
E. They standardize the way designs are developed.
F. They provide a standard object-oriented development process.
Answer: A, C, E

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