Oracle ATG Interview – 2 (Sample Interview Questions)
Below are the set of Oracle ATG Interview questions asked during interview of a US based retailer. We have listed them to help you understand practicality of the interview.This will give you an overall view how a Oracle ATG interview will shape-out during the interview process.
- Brief introduction about yourself and experience
- Tell me about your projects and Oracle ATG Commerce experience
- Know the Expectation before the interview, this will help you to anticipate the questions in the interview, like
- Oracle Endeca
- Explain your Strong Areas like
- Purchase process
- Feed Processing
- Home Page
- Shopping cart
Oracle ATG Interview Questions
- Tell me on click of Home page / any page – request handling happens?
- You need to explain about the request handling pipeline
- Explain DAF Pipeline flow
- What is a Form Handler?
- Explain of FormHandler
- Pre and Post methods
- Use of pre method and post method quoting a live example
- Name few OOTB FormHandler – in various flows
- Custom FormHandler implemented as part of your project and few
- Explain of FormHandler
- What is a Droplet?
- Explain use of droplet
- How do you write custom droplet
- Name few OOTB droplets
- How do you write a custom Droplet?
- Explain the steps involved in writing the custom droplet
- Explain the scenario where you have written custom droplets in your project.
- How is Error handling done in Form Handler? Explain
- How do we achieve different pricing in your website? Example US and Geman site –
- It is achieved using Pricelist. Explain Price List and advantage of using it.
- How Pricing Works in ATG?
- What does an Order contains?
- Explain purchase order flow?
- What are the major Form Handlers in various flows?
- Shopping cart
- Payment Page
- Shipping page
- Order Review Page
- Order confirmation page
- What is Pipeline? How is it implemented in ATG? What are the out of the box pipelines?
- What is the difference between ServiceParameter and ServiceLocalParameter?
- What is use of PriceModelHolder?
- How are Promotions implemented in ATG? Types of promotion?
- Feed Processing implemented in ATG (Schedulers)
- Performance issues
- Endeca mapping – how Endeca understands ATG data
- Various types of Caches in ATG? Which caching technique to use when? What are the various caching mechanism implemented in your project?
- Various cache Modes in Oracle ATG Commerce
- What is a Repository? What are the OOTB repositories in ATG? Explain custom repositories implemented as part of your project? Steps involved in writing a custom repository?
- Various types of tables in ATG? Primary, Auxiliary and Multi.
- Can you Explain Data Any Where Architecture in ATG
- What is Sub-type in ATG? When do you create a sub-type? Explain with an example from your project?
- How do you extend a repository?
- Use of Transient properties. Explain a scenario implementing a transient property
- Differentiate Express checkout vs Normal check out
Any questions as part of Oracle ATG Interview
- Ask about project
- Roles and responsibilities
- Reporting to
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