TIBCO BW & EMS Interview Questions for Experienced and Beginners

By | June 23, 2016

I wrote several posts on TIBCO BW, EMS, Admin, Hawk, BE interview questions by focusing mainly on the beginners. Here I am posting TIBCO BW and EMS advanced interview questions in the form of a video for experienced as well as beginners.

Ajmal Abbasi

Ajmal Hussain Abbasi is a TIBCO Consultant By Profession with more than 6 years experience in TIBCO products. He has extensive practical knowledge of TIBCO Business Works, TIBCO Spotfire, TIBCO BE, EMS and TIBCO ActiveSpaces. He has worked on a number of highly critical integration projects in Telecom sector by using his skills in Tibco Designer, Adapters, TIBCO EMS, RV, Administrator, TIBCO BE, TIBCO ActiveSpaces etc. Ajmal Abbasi is also experienced in developing solutions using Oracle PL/Sql, Linux and Java. You can contact Ajmal Abbasi for Consultancy, Technical Assistance and Technical Discussions.

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5 thoughts on “TIBCO BW & EMS Interview Questions for Experienced and Beginners

  1. darshan

    Thanks a lot for sharing valuable information.
    Please post a video or a blog on handling critical section multiple groups

    Reply
  2. priyadharshini

    very valuable information.. Thanks for posting..i have almost all the posting that you shared on different topics, very useful.. Can you please post tutorials for Business Events..

    Reply
  3. KS Seet

    Hi Ajmal,

    I want to create a BW which will constantly monitor a folder ( every 10 secs ) from 9.00am to 6.00pm and if a file/s lands in this folder in that time frame, to pick up the file/s and send it/them out. How can I achieve this ?

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    1. Ajmal Abbasi Post author

      Dear Seet,

      One approach is to use a file poller (with polling interval configured to 10 seconds) and then for every new file; check its lastModified time and process it accordingly.

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  4. KS Seet

    Hi Ajmal,

    Thanks for your response. Does that mean that I also check that the lastModified time is between 9:00am and 6:00pm ? I think the file poller does not allow the checking of lastModified time. So how can I do that i.e. check lastModified time ? Thanks again.

    regards.

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