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Rest Test (Java Web Services)

RESTful Web Services in Java online test helps recruiters and hiring managers to accurately and objectively assess RESTful Web Services skills of candidates. RESTful web services online test is useful for hiring RESTful API Developer, Java Web Services Developer and helps reduce hiring time by 45%.

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RESTful Web Services in Java Online Test

Java Web Services perform communication through WSDL (Web Services Description Language). There are two types of ways to write Java Web Services application code - SOAP and REST. Here, REST stands for Representational State Transfer which performs fast and consumes less bandwidth.

Java RESTful web services online test helps recruiters and hiring managers to effectively assess the skills of the Java Web Services developer before an interview. This test is designed and validated by experienced subject matter experts (SMEs) to assess and hire RESTful web services developer- as per the industry standards.

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Test Summary

RESTful Web Services online test may contain MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions), MAQs (Multiple Answer Questions), Fill in the Blanks, Descriptive, Whiteboard Questions, Audio/Video Questions, AI-LogicBox (AI-based Pseudo-Coding Platform), Coding Simulators, True or False,etc.

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Useful for hiring
  • Java Web Services Developer
  • RESTful API Developer
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JAX-RS based REST Web Services

This test assesses candidate’s knowledge of Java programming to provide support for created RESTful Web Services

REST Easy based REST Web Services security

Our RESTful Web Services online test lets you check the candidate’s knowledge of REST Web Services security such as passwords, API keys or JSON Web Tokens

Jersey API based REST Web Service

This test helps you analyze candidate’s proficiency on implementing support for the annotations defined in JSR-311, making it easy for developers to build RESTful web services with Java and Java JVM



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Question type
Multiple Option
Topics covered
Web Service


Q 1. How do you get the response headers using the Jersey ClientResponse object?

ClientResponse resp = webResource.accept ("application/json") .get(ClientResponse.class); MultivaluedMap valueMap = resp.getHeaderList();
ClientResponse resp = webResource.accept ("application/json") .get(ClientResponse.class); MultivaluedMap valueMap = resp.getHeaders();
ClientResponse resp = webResource.accept ("application/json") .get(ClientResponse.class); MultivaluedMap valueMap = resp.getHTTPHeader();
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