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Actuate Interview Questions And Answers

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Actuate frequently Asked Questions by expert members with experience in Actuate. So get preparation for the Actuate job interview

1 Explain Difference between onRow and Onread method?
2 How do we have left -right flow , normally its top-down flow?
3 What property you use to Hide a control at runtime?
4 We had a number of reports scheduled to run at various times.  This worked fine for at least a year, now it is the second time round we lost all the scheduled jobs, with no apparent reason we can find.  Any ideas?
5 I generated one report design time i can color green. at run i want bule how to change dynamically? and which method i can over write?
6 What is AFC? Where we Use AFC in Actuate?
7 What is the filter?
8 How to call a stored procedure from a report?
9 Connecting to iServer Volume using IDAPI Classes(Java Classes) and after connecting to iServer i want to execute the ROX on iServer and also want know the status whether that job is succesfully run or not?
10 How many times executite the fetch method at run time?
11 What is data stream and data adaopter is it same are different? explain?
12 How to implement the parallel report?
13 How to generate a report by getting values from two reports. the generated report should contain the 5 values of first report and last 5 values of second report?
14 What is the difference between -using Group by in the SQL of the report-having a Group section in the report?
15 Can we define global methods in a report?
16 Can we connect to 2 different types of database through the same report?
17 What is report bursting?
18 What is page level security?
19 Which cmponent has onRead method and what it is used for?

2012-03-28 05:18:32

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