Mostly Asked EAI SeeBeyond Interview Preparation Guide
Download PDF

SeeBeyond frequently Asked Questions in various EAI SeeBeyond job Interviews by interviewer. Get preparation of SeeBeyond job interview

13 EAI SeeBeyond Questions and Answers:

Table of Contents:

Mostly Asked  EAI SeeBeyond Job Interview Questions and Answers
Mostly Asked EAI SeeBeyond Job Interview Questions and Answers

1 :: What is a collaboration?

Includes message routing and transformation logic.
Business rules can be written in Java or XSLT.
Code is stored in repository

2 :: what is the difference between file eway and batch eway?
What is meant by built and deploy?
How to create webservice in seebeyond?
What is webservices?

Built will make a EAR file of your integration
Deploy will deploy your integration on given integration server.
There are three ways of deploying a integration:
1. through command line
2. though enterprise designer
3. through asadmin console

4 :: If there are 10 different files with same format. How many ways required to process this file from source side?

It required only one since it read from source side only. It
is not necessary to output as a file.

So if you have same 10 files with format .txt file.

use your eway to read "*.txt" to read all of them.

5 :: What is the difference between ICAN and Jcaps?

1.Sun java Application server is included in eGate
2.Sun java system JMS server in included in egate
Integrator some log files now using the Java API rather
than using the log4j API .
3.Separate UDDI installer and server .
4.Enterprise manager is now independent from the repository.
5.Deploy the EAR file to a running domain by using
Enterprise Designer, Enterprise Manager, or a command-line
6.Each domain contains an integration server and a message
7.Some log files now use the Java Logging API, rather than
the log4j API.

6 :: How to check whether particulare componnents is up and running fine or not in SRE and JCAPS?

We can view both SRE and JCAPS components under the one
eManager like http://localhost:15000
You can open your eManager  “URL”
You see the left pane of the Explorer and click the first
component like “View available systems”
And click that it will show "SRE registry" and you can add
that registry depend on UN, PWD, host name and port number.
Once finish added SRE registry, you must save them and
refresh it.
Now you are able to see all SRE and JCAPS components under
one eManager and also you can able to see up and running
fine or not respective components.

8 :: What is the ticketing tool you are using in your project.
How will you solve particular ticket once it is created in your queue?

SDA is one of the tool which we have used in our project.
Team have own user credentials(user id and password) to
open SDA. Depending upon the severity levels we can provide
the updates to bussiness participants.

9 :: What is queue and what is topic?

There are two types of JMS Messaging systems. They are
1. Point to Point Messaging
2. Publish Subscribe Messaging

Queue: A queue is a temperory storage of a message used
when working with Point 2 Point Messaging

Topic: A topic is also a temperory storage of a message
used when working with Publish Subscribe Messaging

In Queues, they are connected directly to another queue to
transfer the messages.

In Topics, the subscribers need to subscribe to the topics
to pick up the messages published by the publishers.

10 :: What is marshaling and serialization?

Marshalling is like serialization, except marshalling also
records codebases. Marshalling is different from
serialization in that marshalling treats remote objects
specially. (

To "serialize" an object means to convert its state into a
byte stream in such a way that the byte stream can be
converted back into a copy of the object.

11 :: What is the format of WSDL file?

Types – a container for data type definitions using some
type system
Message – an abstract, typed definition of the data being
Operation – an abstract description of an action supported
by the service
Port Type – an abstract set of operations supported by one
or more endpoints
Binding – a concrete protocol and data format specification
for a particular port type
Port – a single endpoint defined as a combination of a
binding and a network address
Service – a collection of related endpoints

12 :: What is correlation ID? and what is Transaction?

In a multilayered implementation, the correlation id helps
in relating the transaction in various layers. Each layer
may have its own unique transaction id but all will have
one common Correlation id so as to be able to track a
transaction end to end.

13 :: Explain the concept of Webservices. What are all the differenent types of tool that you have worked apart from eGAte?

Using WSDL you can enable a BP as a webservice and publish
it to UDDI registry. The WSDL is
WebServicesDefinitionLanguage document describes a web
service using these major elements.
Element Defines
======= =======
<portType> The operations performed by the
<message> The messages used by the web service
<types> The data types used by the web
<binding> The communication protocols used by
the web service
EAI SeeBeyond Interview Questions and Answers
13 EAI SeeBeyond Interview Questions and Answers