Question 1 :
MySQL is just as powerful as Oracle and is half the price.
Question 2 :
Java programs are compiled into bytecode.
Question 3 :
JDBC Type 2 drivers connect to the native API of the DBMS.
Question 4 :
MySQL surrogate keys are given the property AUTO_INCREMENT.
Question 5 :
A servlet is a Java program that is invoked via HTTP on the Web server.
Question 6 :
Apache Web server does not support servlets.
Question 7 :
MySQL maintains metadata in the database meta_sql.
Question 8 :
The JVM (Java virtual machine) interprets Java bytecode at run time.
Question 9 :
JSP pages provide a means to create dynamic Web pages using HTML and the Java programming language.
Question 10 :
MySQL is pronounced "my See-quel."
Question 11 :
Java bytecode is machine-specific code.
Question 12 :
Even though Java is machine-independent, JSPs are not.
Question 13 :
An applet is a Java bytecode program that is sent to the user via HTTP and is invoked using the HTTP protocol on the user's computer.
Question 14 :
With JSP, the coding is done in Java and only in Java.
Question 15 :
Sun defines four JDBC driver types.
Question 16 :
Java and C/C++ are so close that there are no incompatibilities between them. Therefore, a driver is not necessary.
Question 17 :
JSP and ASP not only look alike but their underlying technology is quite similar.
Question 18 :
Type 3 and Type 4 JDBC drivers can be used for sevlets and applets.
Question 19 :
JDBC Type 1 drivers are JDBC-ODBC bridge drivers.
Question 20 :
JDBC stands for Java Database Connectivity