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Appropriate Protocol and Scenario ???

 
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Hi ALL
Can Any one give me, what is the mining of the Following Objective which comes in PROTOCOLS Section...
Given a scenario description, distinguish appropriate from inappropriate protocols to implement that scenario.
By reading jbp1_0_1.docs I came to know which protocol is best for which scenario. again What does it mean appropriate & inappropriate protocols?
 
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Hi,
Given a scenario you may be asked which protocol you would use. As a (very simple) example, you have a website with a page that people buy things with credits cards. Would you use HTTP or HTTPS for transmiting the credit card info? The answer would be HTTPS.
So, you distinguish the appropriate protocol (HTTPS) from the inappropriate one (HTTP).
John
 
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Thanks
John ,I got it.
regards
Bidyut
 
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Please advise me what is the document mentioned in this thread: jbp1_0_1.docs? How can I get a hold of it?
Thanks,
Bratt
 
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Hi,
check out the page over here
You have to download the J2EE blueprints
 
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