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Question from 286 practice test -- Load Order of Servlets

 
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Hi all,

I got the following question on Load Order of servlets in my practice test for 286. Can someone let me know the answer for it? (A brief explanation would be great)

Is there any order of precedence in case of load orders ranging from negative values to positive values?

Where can I get good documentation about load orders? I would like to know about it in a detailed manner.

Please help me..

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A developer is attempting to enter Load Orders of 2, 4, and 6 for three
servlets using the web.xml editor. What might prevent the developer
from accomplishing this task?
A. The servlet classes could not be found.
B. The Load-On-Startup checkbox was not selected.
C. The web.xml file is marked read-only.
D. The numbering for the load orders is incorrect.
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TIA
Dumpi
[ November 25, 2004: Message edited by: Dumpi Bajj ]
 
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The correct answer is "B"

According Roland Barcia book (IBM WebSphere - Deployment and Advanced Configuration ISBN 0-13-146862-6) at pag.96, "the <load-on-startup> tag tells the container to have the seervlet loaded when the application is started in a specific order".

I hope it will help you
 
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